Our people Shanique "I feel as though I’m part of a wonderfully vibrant and dynamic community that embraces new ideas and personal experimentation." Filter profiles Filter profiles DepartmentDegree type Filters for Department AnthropologyArtComputingDesignEducational StudiesEnglish Language CentreEnglish and Comparative LiteratureHistoryInstitute for Creative and Cultural EntrepreneurshipInstitute of Management StudiesMedia and CommunicationsMusicPolitics and International RelationsPsychologySocial, Therapeutic and Community StudiesSociologyTheatre and PerformanceVisual Cultures Filters for Degree type BachelorsMPhil/PhDMastersOther undergraduate Close filter Filter profiles Institute for Creative and Cultural EntrepreneurshipMasters Dianne Squires MA Arts Administration and Cultural Policy. Senior Account Coordinator MA in Arts Administration & Cultural Policy Dianne is now Senior Account Coordinator in Barbados-based marketing communications firm, G&A Communications Inc. Colin Kwok MA Arts Administration and Cultural Policy. Police Inspector MA in Arts Administration & Cultural Policy After the MA programme Colin returned Hong Kong and worked as a researcher for Centre for Cultural Policy Research, University of Hong Kong. Heidi Lekang Head of Marketing, Hålogaland Teater, Tromsø MA in Arts Administration & Cultural Policy Heidi works for theatres and film festivals. She thinks that Goldsmiths helped her to get where she is today. Evgeniya Kondrashina MA Arts Administration and Cultural Policy. PHD student in Music. MA in Arts Administration & Cultural Policy "The MA Arts Administration programme has opened doors for me to undertake a PhD in Music, and, hopefully, then embark on an academic career" Clara Melluish MA Arts Administration and Cultural Policy. Export Accounts Manager, Neil's Yard Dairy & co-founder, The Melting Pot School of Home Cooking MA in Cultural Policy, Relations & Diplomacy "I undertook the MA in Cultural Policy, Relations, and Diplomacy in the academic year 2013-14, and developed an interest in the way national and regional cuisines can be used as tools of soft power in cultural relations." Christine Kesner MA Cultural Policy, Relations and Diplomacy. Intern at the Overseas Development Institute’s Research and Policy in Development Programme MA in Cultural Policy, Relations & Diplomacy "After having worked in Vietnam and Egypt preserving global heritage through the private sector, I was interested in gaining knowledge on how governments use culture to supplement diplomacy. I can now supplement my own personal experience with the academic backing provided through the course."