Roshni Hirani (She/Her) has been working in the arts, culture and heritage sector for over ten years in a range of museums and galleries including Serpentine, Tate, Royal Museums Greenwich and the National Portrait Gallery. She began her career engaging young people and families with the arts and over the years her career evolved to working within human resources to increase access to careers within the arts and to support employees at work, which Roshni currently does at Serpentine. Having studied a fine art degree at the University of East London, Roshni has a huge passion for arts, creativity and increasing access to the arts for all.
During her time at the National Maritime Museum, Roshni loved working with Emergency Exit Arts to create a sea-themed van called the Maritime Memories Machine which visited a range of towns and cities across England to connect people with the sea through storytelling and creating art themed around the sea. Roshni joined the board because she supports the work of EEA, thoroughly enjoyed working with EEA all those years ago and is committed to being part of the team to help it develop into the future!