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Staff

OUR PROJECT TEAM

 

 

Heritage Horizons was supported by Director, Kathleen O'Neill and communications and marketing lead staff, James Coutts

See information from the full project team below:

 

​​Kirsten Millar works as our Modern Apprentice in conjunction with Museum and Galleries. kirstenm@chartsargyllandisles.org

 

Pamela Campbell, Project Manager North Argyll My background is in Earth Science, having recently achieved my PhD in Geology from the University of Glasgow, where I’m also a Geology Coordinator for distance and continuing learningat Short Courses. I have an active interest in education and learning, currently working towards a Masters in Education, and am looking forward to facilitating and widening opportunities for young people across Argyll.

pamela@chartsargyllandisles.org

 

Kirsty MacNab, Project Manager South Argyll I have a background in museum curation and exhibition management, most recently working at The McManus (Dundee) and The University of Edinburgh. I grew up near Tarbert, and have recently moved to Dunoon. I'm excited to help create opportunities connecting young people with heritage and museums - a career I knew nothing about at school.

kirsty@chartsargyllandisles.org

 

Muriel MacKaveney, Coordinator Originally from Campbeltown, now living in Tarbert Loch Fyne my background for CHARTS is with community projects where the focus is on enabling opportunities for young people. I recently achieved a MLitt in Scottish Heritage with the University of the Highlands and Islands. My focus in Heritage has been on intangible cultural heritage in particular Traditional music, peoples lived experiences, folk lore and stories.  My interests include the outdoors, I have my Mountain Leader award. I can see how inspiring Heritage Horizons as an opportunity for young people has been, adding to our communities from the future.

muriel@chartsargyllandisles.org