Georgina designs workshops and leads mentoring in creative spaces with young people, students, emerging artists and producers and in professional settings. Areas of interests range from professional development to art activism and facilitating panel discussions.

Georgina trained as a facilitator through Cardboard Citizens facilitation training and by attending facilitation training across a range of arts organisations (Ovalhouse, Paddington Arts, The Children Society) before leading intensive work in her early professional career. Through NOE, she has led the following programmes;

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.


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.


Georgina has led a range of panels on Women in Film (Raindance), what it means to be a cross artform producer (Barbican) and Faith and Art (The Young Vic Genesis network).