Facilitation mentoring and consultancy

I trained as a forum facilitator over 10yrs ago with Cardboard Citizens and in other techniques arts organisations (Ovalhouse, Paddington Arts), before working with communities across London. I went on to design new programmes for The Children Society which had personal development and change theory at their core. I have since trained in coaching, organisational planning and facilitate a range of workshops.I enjoy leading conversations with staff, developing new long term projects and approaches new thinking at away days.

Current clients include;

Independent artists & producers - I am currently working on personal development with Andy Craven Griffiths and Steph Singer.

Tonic - facilitating workshops across the Arts and reviewing organisational thinking to develop new projects through one off strategic conversations. These are charged at low cost and intended to help artists think strategically about a new project or a piece of work they want to progress.

The Greater London Authority - reviewing engagement strategies around outdoor art commissioning specifically for the Fourth Plinth programme.

Rambert Dance Company - designing a new talent development programme to span three years across London, including developing the brief for a new Head of Community.

The British Science Association - facilitating future thinking away day with senior staff to consider their next business plan.

Workshops, mentoring and public speaking - I regularly mentor MFA students at Central School of Speech and Drama and really enjoy curating conversations in public. I also lead workshops in closed spaces with young people, audiences, MA students, professionals, emerging artists and producers.

Kind recruitment - I help organisations find new talent, through advising on job descriptions, reviewing applications and sitting on interview panels for both contract and perm staff. I have a broad and diverse network and support people informally, once in post.

Examples of past projects

Save the Children

Working over 2016 & 2017 with internal teams at Save the Children, I led audience research and programme design to advise the creation of a new UK wide participation programme to engage young people aged 14-25yrs old in global campaigning. I led research, reported regularly on possible avenues for the programme direction and designed workshops for organisational thinking.

Interactive & Digital

In 2016 Georgina ned introduction to Interactive Theatre at the Roundhouse as part of her role with Coney. Off the back of delivering Raindance's VR Gallery from 2016 & 17, Georgina designed and led a masterclass for Westminster's Digital and Interactive BA course on live interactive making and companies.

Why? Summit @ Southbank Centre

Designing content and facilitated workshops across a week's residency with 15 18-25yr olds alongside the Southbank team on Marketing, Activism, Producing, Partnerships, Budget, Working with Artists and Presenting. Facilitated two sessions with Jude Kelly and the group of artist & activist.

Professional Mentoring and Visiting Lecturer

Intensive mentoring across MFA students and developing course content for the MA Creative Producing MA at Central School of Speech and Drama. Workshops delivered included curating panels, How to establish a creative start up and How to lead a portfolio career.

Interfaith Programmes

As a trustee of MUJU and facilitator with Three Faiths Forum I regularly lead conversations and creative projects in schools, community and arts spaces exploring where interfaith dialogue and art meet. In 2017, I established and facilitated Glass Half Full with the Young Vic/MUJU for artists & activist of faith.