Helen Wilson is Chair of the New Anglia Cultural Board, a group set up to promote arts and heritage organisations in Norfolk and Suffolk, and to work with the New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership to grow and expand the cultural sector.
Heather's career has spanned almost 40 years working in the public sector in the East Midlands, with strategic responsibilities for the natural and historic environment, heritage and arts, libraries, economic regeneration and adult learning.
Izzy Mohammed was born and educated in Birmingham. He was awarded an MA in Museum Studies from the University of Leicester in 2002, and is currently undertaking Doctoral Research (PhD) at the University of Birmingham.
Marion Blockley first came to Shropshire in 1985. She has worked as an archaeologist, heritage consultant and interpretive planner since 1974. She was Senior Lecturer in Heritage Management at the University of Birmingham and Director of the Ironbridge Institute.