The Stained Glass Museum is governed by a Board of specialist Trustees, who bring a wealth of experience and expertise to the Museum.

The Stained Glass Museum is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO) (Charity No. 1169842) and holds Full Accredited status with the Arts Council (574).

Our Team

The Stained Glass Museum is managed by a full-time Director and Curator and a small team of part-time staff, assisted by volunteers.

Director and Curator
Jasmine Allen  (c) Stained Glass Museum

Jasmine Allen

Dr Jasmine Allen joined the museum as Director and Curator in 2013 and has experience engaging with a variety of audiences. She has a PhD from the University of York and remains an active researcher lecturing and publishing on the history of stained glass, with a focus on the post-medieval period. Jasmine is a Board member of the Glaziers Trust, the charitable arm of the Worshipful Company of Glaziers and Painters on Glass, a committee member of the London Stained Glass Repository and an Advisor London Diocesan Advisory Committee.

Learning & Community Engagement Manager
David Whitney joined the museum as our new Learning & Community Engagement Manager in January 2021. David is an experienced Theatre Director and practitioner with project-management experience in Creative Learning departments in the arts with experience leading Adult Inclusion groups, Senior Citizens groups, Youth Theatre sessions, holiday workshops and tailor-made projects for schools.

Shop & Visitor Services Manager
Steven Jugg is our Shop & Visitor Services Manager, responsible for the museum shop, our team of Visitor Service Assistants and our Adult Workshop programme. Steven has experience working at the Fitzwilliam Museum as well as private galleries. He is also a professional photographer.

Finance & Office Manager
Malcolm Mitchell is our Finance & Office Manager, responsible for the museum's financial administration and IT systems.

If you are interested in joining our team please see our job vacancies and volunteering pages.

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