Manohari is a marketing, digital and business consultant who is passionate about collaborating with creative industry organisations and has twenty years of professional practice in the sector. Leveraging extensive experience gained in this time, including as the current head of communications and marketing for the Association for Art History and previously as a marketing and sales director at National Geographic in London and New York.
She combines creativity, an entrepreneurial spirit and astute business analytical and operational skills to offer strategic management of marketing and communications solutions that have driven major audience- and revenue-generating, cross-platform campaigns; and which are now focused on compelling cultural brand storytelling, reach and engagement aligned to advocating arts and culture for all.
Manohari has worked with a national, international and global remit from the UK and the USA. Her academic and research interests are in the history of art and photography. She is also a trustee of Dance Umbrella and was until recently a non-executive director and trustee of BALTIC, Centre for Contemporary Art and formerly of Seven Stories, The National Centre for Children’s Books.