The Board of Trustees govern the Jewish Museum London, a registered charity, and are responsible for overseeing the management of the museum, its overarching strategy and the appointment of the Chief Executive.
Nick Viner (Chair of Trustees)
Nick Viner joined the Jewish Museum London as Chair of Trustees in July 2020. He brings extensive experience to the Museum from his work in both commercial organisations, and in charities with a strong commitment to education and the Arts. Nick was the founding Chief Executive of JW3, London’s award-winning Jewish Cultural and Community Centre.
Frances Jeens (Interim Director)
Frances Jeens is the Interim Director of the Jewish Museum London, taking up the role after 7 years leading the Learning and Engagement Team through programmes that included increasing school visits by 375% and launching a community and family engagement programme with a focus on accessibility. Frances has a wealth of experience within the Museums sector and a passion for learning in Museums and is the co-founder of the Faith and Heritage Learning Network, a committee member for the Digital Learning Network (DLNET), a Group for Education in Museums (GEM) London Rep and a governor at a primary school in east London.
Jamie Beaumont (Treasurer)
Jamie Beaumont joined the Museum as a Trustee in 2020 and brings a strong background of financial expertise. Jamie qualified as a chartered accountant with PwC in 2005. He is an experienced CFO/COO and is currently a Managing Director at LEGO Ventures.
Tali Krikler joined the board in 2020. Tali is an experienced Learning and Participation specialist and has produced, designed and led a broad range of projects and resources within museum, heritage, cultural, health and business settings.
Tanya Persey joined the board in 2018 and was Treasurer from 2018 t0 2021. She has spent over 11 years contributing to the third sector, using her background as a chartered accountant. She is motivated by driving strategic change and contribute to the goals of not-for-profit organisations. Tanya is currently also the treasurer of Camp Simcha, and works as a financial coach for people on low to moderate incomes.
Daniel Korski joined the Jewish Museum London as a Trustee in January 2021. Daniel has held senior positions in the Government, most recently as an advisor to the UK Prime Minister, and is the CEO and Co-Founder of PUBLIC, a technology and venture business focused on transforming public services
The Jewish Museum is a registered charity no. 1009819 and a registered limited company no. 2655110, England.
Its governing body is the Board of Trustees of the Jewish Museum.
The Jewish Museum London is seeking to appoint four new Trustees as the Chair, Nick Viner, appointed last summer, develops a diverse, inclusive and forward-looking Board to address the challenges of the future, following a period of considerable change.