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Staff

Judith Garfield  Judith Garfield, Executive Director

Executive Director of Eastside Community Heritage, Judith was awarded an MBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list 2012 for her work and commitment to Community Heritage. With ECH since 1998, Judith is responsible for the organisation’s core work programme. Since its inception, ECH has worked with over 900 community groups, 10,000 individuals, produced 18 publications, over 80 exhibitions, and founded the East London People’s Archive (currently holding in excess of 2500 oral histories and thousands of pictures). Judith has trained over 60 community groups in oral history and is currently delivering an oral history “apprenticeship”, an NVQ accredited qualification unique in the UK. Previous to joining ECH, Judith was a set designer and stage manager at Theatre Royal Stratford East, working with Mike Leigh. Judith is an avid reader and keen enthusiast for contemporary history, art and drama. She is currently undertaking a Masters in the History of East London. eMail Judith…

1091062_178981255612903_331108385_o   Alexia Dickinson, Deputy Director

Alexia is the newly appointed deputy director at ECH. A filmmaker for the past 10 years, Alexia has produced documentaries for Eastside Community Heritage and charities at a local and international level. Alexia holds an MA in Anthropology, Youth and Community Work accredited by the National Youth Agency. Her focus over the past 5 years has been digital advocacy and educational projects on social and human rights issues and she recently devised a global educational programme for UNICEF. Alexia is trained in facilitation, positive behaviour support and advocacy. eMail Alexia…

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA  Julia Griffin, Youth advocacy and Campaigns officer

Julia is an Australian born educator who has worked in primary, secondary and community based education settings both within the UK and international contexts.

Julia has joined the team at Eastside Community Heritage to work on an anti-bullying and hate crime project. She works with a range of young people across London to deliver workshops and spread the anti-bullying and pro-diversity message. eMail Julia…

    P_20170904_161319_1Hannah Forsythe, Project Officer

Hannah is the newly appointed project officer at ECH. She recently graduated from the Royal College of Art with an MA in Design History. For the last two years her research has been focused on queer spaces and LGBTQI+ history, for which she used oral testimony as her primary methodology. This approach is something she greatly believes in – a way of giving a voice to the lives and stories of ordinary people. She is, therefore, looking forward to uncovering many new histories of the East End here at ECH. eMail Hannah…