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GORDON PENNINGTON Gordon Pennington is a former Royal Air Force Officer who served from 1972 to 1992 and later took up the role of RAF Careers Liaison Officer for the North West from 1992 to 2004. Since 1996 he has worked with St Helens RFC on a variety of Community Development projects and helped set up Saints Community Development Foundation. Over the years he has formulated and delivered a variety of community projects for people of all ages focused around sport, heritage, health and education to support and make a difference in the St Helens’ community. He was lead on the Steering Group for the initial CPP development of Heart of Glass.


JOANNA ROWLANDS Joanna Rowlands is Client Director at Uniform, a creative agency in Liverpool, where she provides strategic direction for accounts such as Mitre, Liverpool Football Club and Unilever. She is an experienced marketing and communications professional with broad knowledge of the public sector and agency experience. Before joining Uniform she was Marketing Services Director at Liverpool agency Liquid, where she was responsible for planning campaigns, writing marketing strategies and managing PR, social media and film projects. Prior to her career in agencies she worked for 10 years in the arts and held positions at the Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art and FACT. She was previously Director of Marketing and Communications at National Museums Liverpool. She has a BA in History of Art and Architecture from the University of East Anglia, an MA in Museums Studies from Newcastle University and a CIPR Diploma.


JEAN TORMEY Jean Tormey is a gallery-learning programmer, currently working for Tate as a Learning Curator. Jean works on the Early Years and Families programme of resources, workshops, large-scale events and projects at Tate Britain and Modern. She previously worked on the final two years of the Big Lottery-funded Big and Small project (2009 – 2014), developing a strategy to attract local family audiences to Tate Britain. She holds a BA in the History of Art and Architecture from Trinity College Dublin (1999) and an MA in Arts Management and Cultural Policy from University College Dublin (2004). Prior to working at Tate, Jean held posts working with schools, young people and adults at the Whitechapel Gallery (2011 - 2013), the Butler Gallery (Kilkenny, Ireland) (2008 - 2011), and Tate Liverpool (2006 – 2008), following a year as an intern in the learning departments of leading galleries and museums in New York.


SUE STUBBS


Sue Stubbs is a qualified accountant with over 20 years’ experience in senior finance positions. Following a successful career in the private sector she started working in the charity sector in 2005 as Finance Director for a number of health and social care charities in Manchester. In 2010 Sue moved to Liverpool firstly as Finance and Business Director of FACT followed shortly by a shared service arrangement with Bluecoat resulting in Sue taking the Finance Director roles in both organisations. This has given her more than five years’ experience in financial management in the arts charity sector. Sue is currently Director of Corporate Services for ARCH Initiatives, a Wirral-based health charity.


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