Staff and administration
Isobel King: Administrator 2011 - 2012
Isobel graduated from the University of Leeds with a music degree in July 2011, having previously worked as a marketing intern with Manchester Camerata. She is an able violinist who studied in the Junior Department of the Royal College of Music.
In Jan 2013 our Administrator, Isobel King, took up a marketing internship with the London Philharmonic Orchestra. The trustees would like to thank Izzy for her energetic contribution to the charity's work during the past year, and wish her every success in her new role.
Special thanks to our volunteers....
From time to time we pay for professional skills and expertise as needed. But the vast majority of our work is carried out by the trustees and our volunteers.
The trustees are particularly grateful to:
Jane Davies, designer and webmaster. Jane has devoted nearly six years to Musequality. The value of Jane's voluntary contribution since the very first days of the charity has been immense; she created Musequality's brand identity, has been responsible for all the graphic design and production, and built the website. The trustees cannot thank her enough for her support. MORE
David Tomlinson, who co-ordinated the 2011 World Busk.
David has been working with Musequality for over a year since he retired. His role is to organise our annual World Busk and he has now been inspired to learn a musical instrument. He aims to become competent enough on the clarinet to join the World Busk 2012 ‘without frightening the horses!’ He also intends to raise £1,000 through a sponsored practice, so please encourage him with a donation. Visit his fundraising page.
Rowena Bamforth, for help with book keeping and preparation of accounts.
Andrew Kell, who set up our marketing database through the
“IT4Communities” pro-bono scheme.
Ben Smiley for web advice and PHP development.
Joanna Biddolph, former trustee, whose passion and commitment
to Musequality have been invaluable.