Jenni Waugh, MA, DipARM, RMARA, CIPD Assoc

A freelance consultant to the cultural sector since 2010, Jenni is a qualified archivist, learning & development practitioner and an excellent communicator.
Skills and experience include

  • Change agent, contributing to strategic organisational and cultural change
  • Facilitator, of policy development, successful funding and accreditation applications
  • Researcher, evaluating cultural organisations' contribution to wellbeing and learning
  • Trainer and mentor, specialising in communication, digital media, archive management, community engagement, equality and diversity
  • Broker, connecting cultural and community bodies to enable creative innovation
  • Project manager, delivering activities of varying scale and complexity on time and in budget

Previously: World of Kays Project Manager, University of Worcester; Regional Learning Project Manager and Peoples War Outreach Officer (West Mids), BBC Learning; Access & Social Policy Officer, MLA West Mids; and Archivist, Surrey History Service.

Clients include: Arts Connect West Mids; The Marches Network; University of Worcester; Wolverhampton Archives, Museums & Galleries; Birmingham City Council;

Jenni is a trustee, Birmingham Conservation Trust; member, National Trust Midlands Advisory Board; associate member, Chartered Institute of Personnel Development; and registered member, Archives & Records Association.