Caroline Collier OBE
Caroline has extensive experience as a director and CEO of cultural organisations and as a curator and writer. Since 2018, clients have included Compton Verney House Trust, DACS, The John Ellerman Foundation, The Henry Moore Foundation, Tate and the University of Westminster, alongside her coaching practice.
Until 2018 Caroline was one of Tate’s most senior Directors, responsible for: National and International Programmes, ARTIST ROOMS, Tate Liverpool, Tate St Ives, Research, Learning (education and interpretation), Collection Care (conservation, library and archive, collections management), Chair of Tate’s Loans Committee, International Strategy Group, Tate for All Board (diversity and inclusion), Tate St Ives Project Board (Senior Responsible Officer for £20 million capital project), Tate Exchange Board and Programme Group. Previous roles included Director of Arnolfini, Bristol, General Manager of the de la Warr Pavilion, Bexhill and a curator at the Hayward Gallery, national touring exhibitions. She was a Member of Arts Council England (Board) and Chair of South East Regional Council (2010 to 2013). She is a mentor for the Clore Leadership Programme.
Caroline read English at Oxford and holds an Advanced Diploma in professional coach/mentoring (senior practitioner level, accredited by the EMCC).