Zoe’s work includes fundraising, business and strategic planning, stakeholder consultation and evaluation. Over the past year she has provided strategic fundraising support to Dundee Contemporary Arts, delivered capital grant writing for Lakeland Arts and delivered stakeholder consultation and options analyses for Bruton Unionist Hall, amongst other projects. She has a breadth of experience of developing income strategies, fundraising programmes and securing capital and revenue funding from public bodies, trust and foundations, businesses and individuals including Arts Council England, National Lottery Heritage Fund, Garfield Weston Foundation, Wolfson Foundation and Cockayne Foundation among many others. At Counterculture Zoe has undertaken the roles of Acting Head of Development at Tate Liverpool, interim Deputy Director at Gasworks/Triangle Network and Fundraising and Senior Fundraiser at The Postal Museum and Mail Rail during their £18.6 million capital campaign.

Prior to Counterculture, Zoe held the position on Development Officer at the Whitechapel Gallery, where she held responsibility for T&F and corporate fundraising for the gallery’s contemporary art exhibition programme and learning activities.

Clients include National College Creative Industries, Westway Trust, Artes Mundi, Workplace Foundation, S1 Artspace and Lilliesleaf Trust UK. Zoe is currently a supporter and Trustee of Open School East, and unaccredited arts study programme in Margate, Kent. She lives in London but travels well.

Zoe’s work includes fundraising, business and strategic planning, stakeholder consultation and evaluation. Over the past year she has provided strategic fundraising support to Dundee Contemporary Arts, delivered capital grant writing for Lakeland Arts and delivered stakeholder consultation and options analyses for Bruton Unionist Hall, amongst other projects. She has a breadth of experience of developing […]

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