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Trustees & Committee


Professor Abigail Hunt

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Abi Hunt is a Professor of Practice at the University of Nottingham and Associate Professor of Heritage and Identity in the Department for Marketing and Tourism in Lincoln International Business School. Subject Specialisms include – Heritage management; the representation of the past in narrative and public histories; agricultural history; local history; oral history.


Sarahjayne Clements BA MA MCIfA
Networking & Communications Officer

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Social Media Officer of the Enabled Archaeology Foundation

Sarahjayne works in Wales as a Community Heritage Officer as well as undertaking a Doctorate looking at disability inclusion in Archaeology. Sarahjayne is passionate about raising awareness, campaigning for change and helping others.


Dr Alex Fitzpatrick FSA ScotResearcher

Alex is a Zooarchaeologist and EDI researcher who is particularly interested in transforming British archaeology into an actually inclusive and diverse discipline. Dr Fitzpatrick can also be found co-hosting the ArchaeoAnimals Podcast ( and blogging over at her website ( 


Freya O’Dea – Administrator & Social Media Assistant


Emily Stammitti-Campbell – Education and Outreach Officer

Emily is currently the Director of the Master of Arts in Innovative Leadership in Heritage Management at Harlaxton College (UK), the study-abroad campus of the University of Evansville, USA. She is passionate about accessible educational opportunity, illustration, project development and legacy, and high quality, hands-on teaching. 


Timothy Jones – Fieldwork Officer


Chris Moore FCMA. CGMA – Treasurer

Chris is a Chartered Management Accountant, spending 25 years in Finance Director roles. Chris became disabled eight years ago following a stroke. He is keen to see disabled people given a chance to participate in activities such as fieldwork archaeology.


Stuart Pierson – Fieldwork Officer

Stuart is a Senior Project Officer at Wessex Archaeology, where he directs fieldwork projects; he studied archaeology at University Centre Peterborough and The University of Sheffield, with a focus on landscape and experimental archaeology. Stuart wants to be help raise awareness of accessibility in the commercial sector.




David Connolly – Chair

David is the current chair of the trustees for the enabled archaeology foundation. He is a commercial archaeologist, Director (and the founder) of the British Archaeological Jobs Resource (BAJR)

Professor Sally Everett

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Sally is Professor of Business Education and Vice Dean Education for Kings Business School, Kings College London. She also leads the College’s academic inclusive education

Andrew Mayfield

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Andrew is the Community Archaeologist for Kent County Council and a keen activist for inclusivity in active fieldwork