Hello from a new member of the team!

Hello there,

My name is Emma and I have recently joined the department of Ancient Egypt and Sudan to assist with this year’s International Training Programme at the British Museum.

My role will involve helping with logistics, admin and other organisational aspects of the ITP. I will also be maintaining contact with ITP participants, so expect lots of emails from me if you are taking part in 2014!

I have previously worked for the Visitor Services Department here at the museum, helping visitors get the best out of their experience and to ensure the safety of the objects and galleries. Before joining the British Museum I worked as an English teacher, and volunteered for the Fulbright Summer Institute and the International Student House.

I have an MA in American Studies from King’s College London, where I specialised in built environments.

As a native Londoner I am thrilled to be working at one of my favourite cultural institutions, and cannot wait to introduce the participants of ITP 2014 to my home city (and the rest of the UK, of course!)

4 thoughts on “Hello from a new member of the team!

  1. Hello Emma, I wish you the work program of a conciliator,my name is Huda Majzoub curator from Sudan National Museum Khartoum participated in the ITP program 2012

  2. Hello,

    Congratulations & Good luck. I participated in ITP 2012.

    Sincerely, Marwa Abdel Razek Deputy of the Head Registrar & Movement Registrar Registration, Collections Management and Documentation Department Egyptian Museum, Cairo

    On 6/20/14, BM International Training Programme

  3. Dear Emma, wishing you all the best. ITP is special!
    from Eileen Musundi, Past participant 2013

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