Henry Moore Foundation welcomes new Head of Enterprise and two new trustees
Release date: Friday, 19 January 2018
The Henry Moore Foundation has recruited Clare Tomlinson to fulfil the role of Head of Enterprise and recently welcomed two new trustees, Martin Barden and Pam Raynor. Rebecca Land, Head of Communications since 2012, has taken on an expanded role as Head of Marketing & Communications.
Following an events position in Brunel University, Clare Tomlinson joined the British Museum’s events department in 2005. She became Head of the Department in 2008, in which capacity she managed major events and developed relationships with high net worth individuals and corporate members, working closely with visitor services, catering and retail operations. Latterly, she led the team that delivered a major consultancy project advising on a new cultural centre in Saudi Arabia for the Museum’s International Engagement Department.
Martin Barden is the director of Culture Consultants Ltd, a boutique London-based consultancy which he founded in 2012. The business works with cultural institutions to develop loyalty and fundraising schemes, enhance systems and processes for revenue generation, and marketing and communications for customer acquisition, retention and relationship management. He previously held senior roles with Tate, the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, and Sadler's Wells Theatre.
Pam Raynor a has a background in finance with experience across several commercial sectors including retail, FMCG, financial services, and media, most recently as Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial officer of Condé Nast Publications Ltd. Originally from Yorkshire, she studied mathematics at University College, London before qualifying as an accountant in the City of London, with Deloitte. She left Deloitte to join one of her client companies, Harrods as CFO, and has since held senior finance roles in several companies, including Diageo Plc, Legal & General Plc and the HMV Media Group. As well as her roles in finance, she has experience as COO for IT, legal affairs including contracts, copyright and trademarks, HR, and property, and has for many years acted as a trustee of a number of pension funds. Pam also played a major role in the setting up of the Conde Nast College of Fashion and Design, which offers both BA and MBA degrees as well as short courses.
“It is most encouraging that in recent weeks the Henry Moore Foundation has been able to attract people of such quality to join our organisation. Clare brings a wealth of experience and knowledge - gained at national museum level - that will be invaluable as we move into the next phase of the Foundation’s development. Pam and Martin add significantly to what is already a very strong board of Trustees. They both bring vast experience and insight in areas where it is crucial that the Foundation continues to succeed and grow. I am delighted to welcome them all on behalf of the wider team.”
For further press information and images please contact Rebecca Land, Head of Marketing & Communications.