Liz has joined Kettle’s Yard as Enterprise Manager and is responsible for maximising commercial revenue opportunities including through Venue Hire.
Liz has held a number of roles in marketing and retail in the commercial sector including with Max Factor, Revlon International, Boots the Chemists and Boots Healthcare International, followed by 10 years running her own brand and product development company Gingerlily. In 2014 she moved to the cultural world to become the Commercial Director of the National Horseracing Museum, which was undergoing a transformational change moving from its original small high street site to a new home in Newmarket at the restored Palace and Stables of Charles II. In this role Liz managed the design and implementation of all the commercial enterprises.
Following this Liz joined the Suffolk Archives as they opened their award winning flagship headquarters, The Hold on the Waterfront in Ipswich. Here she managed the café and shop together with a programme of public events and corporate and private hires.