An ITP Goodbye
After just under three years on the ITP team, I will be leaving the British Museum at the end of May to gain some new skills and experiences in the non-profit sector, to brush up on my languages and possibly return to studying.
While I am extremely sad to be leaving such a wonderful team, working with the ITP has been a life-changing experience, one which I will carry with me wherever I go next – and I’m excited to see where that next place might be!
It has been incredible to meet ITP fellows from across the years and from all over the world, whether during the summer programme or through our further engagement projects in Mumbai, Armenia and around the UK.
Happily I will still be helping to deliver the ITP+ in May – it will be great to reconnect with some of you as part of another fantastic project before I go. Also, I’ll continue to update you on our mentoring scheme and the Bristol online exhibition, which are sure to be great successes.
You are all remarkable and I am proud to have you as colleagues and friends – thank you for making me feel such a valued member of the ITP family. Hopefully we can continue to keep in touch while you achieve even more for your institutions, your sectors and your countries.
With love and best wishes,