We are delighted to announce that Alice Ullathorne has joined the Heritage Trust Network board of trustees.
Alice is a long-standing supporter of work of the Network having worked for member organisations for a number of years as well as volunteering for our Midlands’ branch and being a guest speaker at Network events.
She has over 20 years’ experience in the sector delivering heritage-led regeneration, high street regeneration and grant schemes in local authorities, Historic England and charities. Alice currently works for Heritage Lincolnshire, who are an Architectural Heritage Fund Heritage Development Trust. She has also had a role in setting up two city focussed Heritage Trusts, so can give a perspective of charities at all levels of development.
Having led the IHBC’s Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Working Group since 2019, Alice is able to bring her knowledge and experience to the Network to help us further our aims to become a more diverse and inclusive organisation.
Chair of Heritage Trust Network, Liz Bates, said: “We are very pleased to welcome Alice onto the Board of Trustees as her professional experience and insight is an asset to the Network. She joins the team at an exciting time as we develop our services to members and I look forward to working with her.”