Rebecca Morris-Buck, Museums, Heritage and Communities Associate

Rebecca has been working in the heritage and visitor attractions sectors for fifteen years, in a wide range of roles, with direct experience of front of house, education delivery and planning, operational management, funded projects, community engagement, volunteer strategy and management, marketing and communications, partnership management, and senior leadership.

Her work has included key project roles on National Lottery Heritage Fund supported projects at the National Justice Museum, Creswell Crags, Erewash Museum, and Bennerley Viaduct. She also works part time for an Arts Council England Creative People and Places Project in Derbyshire, Make/Shift Amber Valley, in a role which combines community building, stakeholder management, and marketing. Rebecca is Chair of Nottinghamshire Heritage Forum, and oversaw its re-visioning and rebranding process in 2023-24. She is also a co-founder of Safer Museums, a network created to support museums tackling issues related to domestic abuse and violence against women and girls, and delivers training sessions and talks related to this. Additionally, Rebecca holds a Masters in Applied English from the University of Nottingham, is a freelance writer, and is developing a research project focusing on museum theatre and creative writing in interpretation.

In her consultancy work, Rebecca focuses on internal and external stakeholder consultation, situational research and analysis, audience development, activity planning, volunteer strategy, interpretation planning, and marketing/comms strategy.