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 Entrepreneurship Seo-hwa Roh MA Arts Administration and Cultural Policy. Theatre Producer and Director. MA in Arts Administration & Cultural Policy Seo-hwa Roh has always had a passion for the performing arts and love to be involved in the creative process and is looking forward to continuing her work with exciting new artists. Samah Abaza MA Creative & Cultural Entrepreneurship. MA in Creative & Cultural Entrepreneurship "It really opens doors to endless networking opportunities that help me develop my project and my skills further." Nahum Mantra MA Arts Administration and Cultural Policy. Composer MA in Arts Administration & Cultural Policy Nahum has programmed more than 900 artists to deliver weekly multiplatform experiences for weekly audiences of 3,000 people. Jacquelin Linn MA Cultural Policy, Relations and Diplomacy. Director, CATES Tutoring and Educational Services MA in Cultural Policy, Relations & Diplomacy "It's a joy to witness how my degree at Goldsmiths directly correlates to my future." Lara Stavrinou MA Arts Administration and Cultural Policy. Theatre Producer MA in Arts Administration & Cultural Policy She found that the concrete skills offered by the course, such as fundraising and management, are invaluable to making yourself a proactive and employable arts graduate. Juliana Farha MA Arts administration and Cultural Policy. Businesswoman and social commentator MA in Arts Administration & Cultural Policy In March 2010, Juliana was named one of 50 ‘Women to Watch’ in the UK arts sector by the Cultural Leadership Programme.