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Trust Team

Our passionate staff are dedicated to the Trust's charitable aims of learning, access and conservation

Tracy Stringfellow


As CEO of Royal Greenwich Heritage Trust, Tracy worked with the Founder Trustees to register the charity in May 2014 and has, since then, worked closely with the Chair to develop the governance of the charity. Having worked in the sector for 15 years, Tracy believes in the power of museums and heritage to change the way we think.

Krissie Chitty


Krissie supports the Chief Executive, leadership team and the board in planning and delivering a strong and sustainable financial future for the Trust. She is responsible for implementing robust financial controls and appropriate procedures and policies, in addition to management accounts and annual financial statements. Krissie has lived locally for the last decade and has 20 years accountancy experience in previous roles at the Victoria & Albert Museum and the Royal Opera House

Martin Vincent


Martin joined the trust in October 2017. Originating from Port Talbert he has lived and worked in London since returning in 2010 for the 2012 Olympics, and is a Greenwich resident. He has 20+ years experience in hotel and venue operations, events and hospitality management. Martin is responsible for proactive sales and revenue generation for Greenwich Heritage Trading Limited, the trading side of the trust. 

Helen Moon


Helen is new to the trust, having joined the team late 2018. Originating from Southport in Merseyside, she moved to Blackheath in 2006 where she is still a resident with her husband and little girl. Helen previously worked in hospitality and events for 20+ years and holds qualifications in hospitality management, customer service and event management for marketing and communications, as well as a marketing foundation certificate and membership of the Chartered Institute of Marketing. Leading marketing and communications for RGHT; website, social media, press relations, advertising and design and print, she also plays a vital role managing engagement and consultation with our key stakeholders, audiences and customers.

Carolyn Ayers


Carolyn has been working in heritage since 2012, and after graduating from the University of Greenwich with a first-class honours’ degree in History, Carolyn came to work with the museum and archives at Greenwich Heritage Centre. Carolyn’s first role as a Project Officer at the Heritage Centre was curating an exhibition, ‘Freedom of Spirit’ which explored the role of women’s suffrage in Greenwich. To this day she still has a passion for women’s suffrage and has worked on many projects over the years, including Greenwich 100, and performed talks on the subject. Over several years with the Trust, Carolyn has had numerous roles including project officer on ‘Here Come the Girls’ and the commemorative Victoria Cross Paving Stone project. Today, Carolyn is the Trust’s Facilities Manager, a varied role encompassing not only Charlton House, Assembly Rooms and Tudor Barn, but also the museum and archive collection and memorials.  Her work includes working on building projects, the planning and overseeing of maintenance works, procuring and managing contractors and subcontractor relationships, liaising with tenants and hirers and carrying out conservation surveys. Carolyn is also part of the Trust’s Leadership team, working trustees and stakeholders to shape future direction and works.

Megan Cable


Megan joined the Trust in 2014 as a Visitor Services Assistant, having graduated from the University of Greenwich in 2016. Megan was soon curating exhibitions with colleagues at Greenwich Heritage Centre, amongst her credentials was the Pattison Road exhibition and ‘Healing the Wounds’ a co-curated exhibition with the Irish Community Services, she is also credited for establishing the first Friends of RGHT. In 2018 Megan changed direction slightly and took the role of Facilities and Conservation Assistant, working alongside Carolyn in conserving and looking after the built assets of the Trust. Megan’s work varies from site to site, but includes regular site inspections, carrying out surveys and monitoring including environmental checks and historic fabric surveys, liaising with users and visitors of the house and making sure works are undertaken sensitively and safely and appropriate for the historic buildings under the Trust’s care.