Rachel Moss is an accomplished, professional and highly motivated learning programmes manager and qualified teacher. She has twenty years' experience of working in a wide range of museums and arts organisations, including small independent galleries and National Museums, with both formal and informal education groups.
Rachel worked as the Young People's Programmes Manager at the National Portrait Gallery for nine years with young people aged 14 to 21, including setting up a Youth Forum, training up individuals to deliver young people led tours, and engaging with hard to reach youth groups. More recently she worked at the South London Gallery (SLG) as the Community Consultation Manager (freelance) for the former Peckham Road Fire Station development, and then as the Head of Education (maternity). Since April 2017 she has been freelancing for Art on the Underground, A New Direction, The Photographers' Gallery and Freelands Foundation.
Rachel is able to use her own initiative creatively and work as part of a team as well as having proven leadership skills. She is an effective communicator at all levels with internal staff, a diverse audience and external partners. Rachel is highly confident at delivering presentations, and experienced in both advocacy and marketing. She has excellent organisational and time management skills with the ability to work under pressure. Rachel is computer literate using a range of software including Outlook, Excel, Word and Powerpoint. She has a recent DBS check.
Other staff - Rachel works closely with other hand-picked freelancers including designers, artists and educationalists to offer a range of services, tailored to meet the specific needs of the client.
GDPR - In line with regulations from the end of May 2018, I am taking personal privacy seriously and I am liaising closely with the organisations that I am working for to make sure that I am clear on their privacy statements and personal data processes. I am also doing my own data audit, and moving forward will be making it clear to participants signing release forms how they can remove their consent if they change their minds in future.