by emma last modified 12:14 01/11/2018

Board biographies

by emma last modified 12:14 01/11/2018
Board biographies

Trinity's board of trustees oversee Trinity's strategic direction and charitable vision

Dr Glyn Everett – Chair of trustees

Appointed 2014. Chair since 2017. Local resident BS2, Old Market. Since completing PhD, Glyn has conducted social research around education, disability and environmental matters. As a wheelchair-user himself, Glyn is involved with the charity, 'Attitude is Everything', who work with venues to help support accessibility improvements.

Hannah Fowler

Appointed 2016. Local resident BS5, St George. Works in HR for a large scale firm; experienced in governance roles including acting as school governor for her children’s school.

Tom Marshman

Appointed 2016. Local resident BS2, Old Market. Professional artist has delivered a number of shows nationally.

Fidel Meraz

Appointed 2017. Fidel is Senior Lecturer at UWE Bristol Architecture. His research focuses now on philosophical issues about the relationship between architecture and sense of place, exploring issues such as collective memory, national identity and heritage conservation.

Katy Noakes

Appointed 2017. Local resident BS5, Easton. Independent producer and project manager, specialising in creating, developing, facilitating and producing diverse dance works with many diverse Bristol arts groups.

Laura Williams

Appointed 2017. Local resident BS5, St George. Freelance music journalist, helped set up Bristol24/7, writes for Long Live Vinyl, Classic Pop and Louder Than War and a founding member and Trustee of Baby Bank Network.

Helen Ashley

Appointed 2018. Local resident BS5, Easton. Helen has managed communications and marketing for national and international charities and is passionate about engaging harder to reach communities in the work of organisations she is involved in.

Alex Bradley

Appointed 2018. Independent artist, practising across a range of disciplines, creating solo and collaborative works that push and blur the boundaries of live and digital art, sound and light.

Mijanou Blech

Appointed 2018. Local resident BS5, Easton. Mijanou has over 25 years of experience in the community arts sector and has run both small arts charities and large departments in regeneration and cultural organisations.

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