Abi Hunt is Associate Professor of Heritage and Identity in the Department for Marketing and Tourism in Lincoln International Business School Subject Specialisms Heritage management; the representation of the past in narrative and public histories; agricultural history; local history; oral history.
Sarahjayne Clements BA MA ACIfA
Networking & Communications Officer
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 Scot – Researcher
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 (www.archaeologypodcastnetwork.com/animals) and blogging over at her website (www.animalarchaeology.com).
Eleni Theologou – Administrator
Eleni studied History, Archaeology and Social Anthropology and then obtained a BA in Archaeology, followed by an MSc in Bioarchaeology. Eleni currently works in business and volunteers within the heritage sector in her spare time.
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
Saskia Loughran – Specialist Advisor
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.
David Connolly – Chair
Dr Hannah Cobb
Hannah is a researcher, lecturer and commercial archaeologist. She is currently Senior Lecturer in Archaeology and Associate Director for eLearning and Teaching Innovation (SALC) at the University of Manchester.
Professor Sally Everett
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 is the Community Archaeologist for Kent County Council and a keen activist for inclusivity in active fieldwork