Sarah Mumford

6th July 2018 - Jenny Moscrop

Sarah leads on the development of Creative Learning Programmes that develop the creative potential of talented and diverse young people, preparing them for the future. Sarah’s current focus is on the delivery of Applied Creativity Labs that cultivate creative thinking skills to enable young people to find innovative solutions to real world challenges, with a focus on different aspects of climate breakdown. Sarah is also developing high level partnerships; fundraising & securing new income to support the ongoing delivery & growth of IVE’s Creative Learning Programmes. She develops & delivers commercial training products and services including Unconscious Bias workshops and Inclusion & Diversity Labs.

Sarah’s expertise includes education (including film, media, primary & advisory teaching) coaching and leadership. She is also an experienced project, budget, people and events manager.

Her previous roles include: Cultural Education Director at IVE; Programme Director for North & West Yorkshire at CapeUK; Head of Learning at the National Media Museum; Head of Education at Eureka! The Museum for Children; Advisory Teacher for Photography and Media Education and Education Officer at the National Museum of Photography, Film & TV and Primary Teacher.

Sarah shares a love of musical theatre with her daughter and outside of work spends much of her time  her daughter’s singing, dancing and acting development.

Email: Sarah@weareive.org

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