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Trust Team

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

Tracy Stringfellow

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

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

CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER (ACTING)

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.

Carolyn Ayers

ESTATES AND CONSERVATION MANAGER (ON SECONDMENT)

Carolyn has been volunteering and working in heritage since 2012. When Carolyn first came to work at the former Greenwich Heritage Centre, her role was curating "Freedom of Spirit," an exhibiton that explored the role of women’s suffrage in Greenwich. To this day she still has a passion for women’s history. Over several years with the Trust, Carolyn has had numerous roles and worked on several projects. Today, as Estates and Conservation Manager, she heads up a small team that oversees the care and conservation of the Trust’s built assets. Carolyn is also part of the Trust’s leadership team and works with senior managers and trustees to shape the future and direction of the Trust.

Megan Cable

ESTATES AND CONSERVATION COORDINATOR
ACTING ESTATES AND CONSERVATION MANAGER

Megan graduated from the University of Greenwich with a degree in history in 2016. She began working for the Trust as part of the Front of House team and is credited for establishing the Friends of RGHT. In 2018, Megan took the role of Estates Coordinator, overseeing compliance and conservation, and looking after the Trust's built assets. The Estates team also manage their own team of volunteers. Megan’s work includes site inspections, monitoring, undertaking repairs, and liaising with contractors. Her priority is ensuring works for the historic buildings under the Trust’s care are undertaken sensitively, safely, and appropriately.

Janet Denne

HEAD OF PUBLIC PROGRAMMING & MARKETING

Janet is responsible for the branding and promotion of the Trust, and for developing activities to engage the public. This includes managing the learning and community outreach programme and developing a series of activities and events at Charlton House. She is also seeking ways to develop digital access. Janet has over 20 years’ experience in the heritage sector, and has worked at Hever Castle, Tower Bridge, Royal Museums Greenwich, and the Old Royal Naval College.

Nee Kukadia

TRUST ADMINISTRATOR

As Trust Adminstrator, Nee provides support to the leadership team and the Board of Trustees. Nee has lived in Charlton most of her life and is also trained in therapeutic radiography. She enjoys live music and running in her spare time.

Karen Nee

FINANCE MANAGER

Karen joined Charlton House & Gardens in 2009 as a part-time Visitor Services Assistant, with duties including booking in customers for meetings and events, showing the building to prospective wedding couples, and invoicing and general office work. In 2013, she was asked to step up as acting Assistant Manager for Charlton House, then became Finance Manager for the Trust in late 2014.

Martin Vincent

SALES, EVENTS, AND TENANCY MANAGER

Martin joined the Trust in October 2017 and was the Business Development Executive until his role change in April 2021. Originating from South Wales, he has lived and worked in London since returning in 2010 for the 2012 Olympics, and is a Greenwich resident. With over 25 years' experience in hotel general management, venue operations, events, and hospitality management, Martin is responsible for proactive sales, events, and relationships with tenants and lease holders within the Trust's properties.

Philippa Wolff

SENIOR MARKETING AND DIGITAL OFFICER

In 2021, Philippa came to the Royal Greenwich Heritage Trust from Canada, where she had more than five years’ experience as a marketing and communications lead in the arts sector. She’s responsible for the promotion and digital presence of the Trust, including developing both traditional and social strategy and acting as the Trust’s brand custodian. With a bachelor’s degree in journalism and history, and early-career experience in museums, Philippa is deeply interested and focussed on balancing modern marketing with the preservation and celebration of heritage.