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Caroline Norbury MBE is the founding chief executive of Creative England and the Chief Executive of Creative Industries Federation, and is dedicated to championing the creative industries.
Caroline is Director of Policy and Programmes at the Creative Industries Federation, leading activity with government and industry that supports the sector’s economic growth.
Director of Policy and Programmes
Aby has extensive experience working in membership, having previously worked at the Equality Challenge Unit, which works to further equality and diversity for staff and students in higher education, and more recently techUK, the trade association for the technology industry.
Community Membership Manager
Before joining the Creative Industries Federation, Angelica was the Digital Communications Manager at English National Opera and worked at PR agency Bolton & Quinn before that. She studied Music at Cardiff University, and then did a Masters in Culture, Policy and Management at City University, London, where she developed a keen interest in the development of digital technologies across the creative industries.
Communications and Content Manager
Claudia is Policy Insights Manager for the Creative Industries Policy & Evidence Centre (PEC) where she produces briefing notes and insights for the consortium and wider network. She is based at the Creative Industries Federation.
Policy Insights Manager
Evy is a recent history of art graduate with an interest in urban regeneration and public space. She edited her student newspaper and was an intern at a major London gallery.
Strategic Partnerships Manager
Hari joined the Federation in 2018 after having worked at the Industry and Parliament Trust (IPT) organising events to better inform MPs and Peers about the current challenges facing UK business. Before working at the IPT, he studied anthropology and law and then politics and communication at the London School of Economics.
Policy and Public Affairs Manager
Katie was formerly Director of Events and Marketing for BritishAmerican Business - the American Chamber of Commerce in London. She previously ran international conferences in the US and Europe for a research institute. Her passions include theatre.
Head of Events
Louise was previously the Education Programme Manager at the Roundhouse before joining Creative Industries Federation. She has an extensive background in youth arts participation and cultural education, having worked as a youth theatre practitioner and a youth arts producer across theatres, museums and heritage sites.
Creative Careers Manager
Lydia was previously the Deputy Head of Education and Training at IPSE – The association of freelancers and self-employed professionals in the UK. Prior to IPSE, Lydia worked for Kaplan and University of Bath within admissions, marketing, partnerships and school liaison. Lydia has also been engaged in the Women and Work APPG where she has represented women in enterprise, education and training.
Deputy Head of Education & Skills
Naomi was formerly the Leadership Summit Coordinator for The Pipeline, a gender diversity firm where she developed a keen interest in administration and customer service. Prior to that she studied International Relations at the University of Essex for four years.
Sally is the Office Manager for the Creative Industries Federation, previously working in the same role for both high end interior designers and architect practices in and around London. She has always had a passion for art and design, gaining a BA Hons Degree in Interior Architecture from the University of Creative Arts in Farnham, Surrey.
Sara was previously senior manager of events at Chatham House, the Royal Institute of International Affairs, after working for Al Jazeera Media Network in Qatar. She is a politics graduate with a passion for promoting inclusion in the creative industries.
Sarah ran her own creative careers consultancy and was previously the schools and careers manager at Creative Skillset and the enrichment programme manager for ARK Schools. A current school governor and a non-executive director of Reprezent radio, Sarah is passionate about improving access to the creative industries and has more than 30 years of arts and education experience to drawn upon.
Head of Creative Careers