Camilla steps down from Advisory Board

Our project Advisory Board member Camilla Nichol, formerly Head of Collections at Leeds Museums and Galleries, has a new job – she is now the Chief Executive of the Arctic Heritage Trust in Cambridge – well done Camilla! This means though that she has had to very regrettably step down from her role as a member of the project Advisory Board.  We are very sorry to see Camilla leave the AVB, but obviously very much wish her well in her new role – we’re told she is at the moment (November/December 2014) on her way to Antarctica to see Shackleton’s shed!

Camilla was a member of the project AVB right from the start of the project in September 2013, and officially stepped down from the AVB in November 2014 – we would like to thank Camilla for all her help and advice during the first year of the project – Thank you Camilla!

We hope that the new incoming Head of Collections at Leeds Museums and Galleries will join the Advisory Board – we will keep you posted.

Mark

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