Consultancy Projects Manager

Areas of expertise

  • Large scale multi-partner project management
  • Evaluation and audience development
  • Interpreting research findings

Monique works with a range of arts, cultural and heritage organisations, providing consultancy and audience development support. As the Consultancy Projects Manager, she has a focus on delivering consultancy and managing large scale multi-partner and multi-year projects in the South of England and internationally. She is an experienced project manager and researcher.

Recent work includes project management and consultancy for the evaluation of the London Borough of Culture, Lumiere London and PROCESSIONS 2018, along with the ‘What is Resilience Anyway?’ project - reviewing the concept of resilience in the art and cultural sector to inform the future strategy of ACE. Other key and current projects include the evaluation and project management for Galway 2020 European Capital of Culture, the RSC’s Shakespeare Nations multi-year evaluation, St Alban’s Cathedral’s NLHF evaluation, audience research for Birmingham Hippodrome and Connecting Audiences, an EU funded project exploring design thinking for audience development.

Prior to joining The Audience Agency as a Research Assistant in 2017, Monique worked as a Programme Coordinator within the Architecture, Design, and Fashion Department at the British Council, and spent several years in communications and events at the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at the University of Oxford.

Monique has an MA in Cultural Economics and Entrepreneurship at Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands.


Image of Case in Point | PROCESSIONS 2018
Case in Point | PROCESSIONS 2018

Working with Artichoke to evaluate one of the UK’s largest mass audience participation artworks, celebrating 100 years of votes for women.

Image of Case in Point | What is Resilience anyway?
Case in Point | What is Resilience anyway?

Working with Arts Council England to review the arts and cultural sectors’ understanding of the term ‘resilience’.