Following our AGM last week, we are delighted to welcome Bryan Snelling, CEO Aberdeen Science Centre, Jenni Chambers, Head of Public Engagement and Skills at STFC and Victoria Denoon, Head of Visitor Experience at W5 Science and Discovery Centre to the ASDC board of trustees.
Supporting the new vision, mission and values for ASDC, Bryan, Jenni and Victoria will be advocating the role and value of Science Centres and Museums, helping to champion the view of smaller science centres, engaging the public in rural and hard to reach areas and harnessing collaborations with industry, academia and government.
Science has never been more important than it is today. The global challenges of climate change and the coronavirus pandemic have shown us that we all have a part to play in the future of our planet. We seek to ensure Science Centres and Museums play a key role in our national recovery; bringing our members together to achieve collective impact and reach through connection, advocacy and insight.
Introducing ASDC's new trustees
Bryan Snelling, Chief Executive Officer at Aberdeen Science Centre
I am a firm believer in learning from others; other people, other sectors, other ways of doing things and that change is something that should be embraced. Find out more about Bryanhere.
Jenni Chambers, Head of Public Engagement and Skills, STFC
I am Head of Public Engagement and Skills for the Programme’s Directorate of STFC and I lead on grant funding and strategic engagement partnerships, associated evaluations and learning dissemination. Find out more about Jennihere.
Victoria Denoon, Head of Visitor Experience, W5 Science and Discovery Centre
I joined W5 Science and Discovery Centre in March 2020 and I have responsibility for all aspects of W5’s operations and for ensuring that we deliver a Best Experience Every Time for our visitors. Find out more about Victoriahere.