Counterculture Partnership LLP is delighted to announce the appointment of two new partners. Joining the expanding team, which provides support for cultural, educational and creative organisations to plan, manage and thrive, are Sarah Morris and Rebecca Lim.
Sarah Morris has over fifteen years’ experience managing the delivery of innovative capital projects within the cultural sector. Sarah was Project Manager on the Transforming Tate Modern Project and coordinated the capital works for the renovation project at Morden Hall Park for the National Trust. More recently with Counterculture, Sarah’s clients have included Historic England, Studio Voltaire, East London Science School and Japan House London
Rebecca Lim, meanwhile, has over two decades of senior project management experience in the cultural sector; from ground-breaking temporary exhibitions, to transforming existing cultural spaces to delivering permanent new-builds. Her CV includes overseeing the transformation of the Courtauld Gallery at Somerset House and a twelve-year tenure as Head of South Kensington Exhibitions at the V&A.
Welcoming the two new partners, Counterculture President, Tom Watson, comments: “I am delighted to welcome Sarah and Rebecca to our expanding team of partners. Their combined experience, working on behalf of some truly world-class institutions, speaks for itself. Having them as partners means we are in a stronger position than ever before when it comes to supporting both new and existing clients.”
On taking up her new role, Sarah Morris comments: “I am honoured to be joining Counterculture as a partner and look forward to continuing to work with the team and our clients and to grow this area of our offer.”
Rebecca Lim adds: “I am absolutely thrilled to be joining the Counterculture team at an exciting time as we look to develop our projects and exhibitions offer further, both within the UK and internationally.”