As Project Director Emma leads and manages Creative Estuary, developing and nurturing relationships to ensure the project's visibility and success.

Emma has worked in the cultural and creative industries for over twenty years, in arts management, strategy and policy development and as a successful producer, project manager and fundraiser for organisations across the south east region. 

She is a huge advocate for and champion of the Estuary's creative organisations and individuals. 

Prior to her current role she worked as a consultant for a range of clients including South East Creative Economy Network (SECEN), Creative Folkestone, Turner Contemporary, Whitstable Biennale, Luton Culture and Artswork. 

As well as working with publicly funded organisations Emma worked for over ten years in the commercial sector in marketing and design agencies, with a focus on developing brands and products for children. 

Emma is a trustee of arts and kindness charity People United and a fellow of the RSA.    

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