Head Of Cultural Heritage: Dr Charlotte Andrews

September 16, 2021

The Bermuda National Trust [BNT] announced the appointment of Dr Charlotte Andrews to the newly created role of Head of Cultural Heritage.

A spokesperson said, “Dr. Andrews gained her master’s and doctorate in Heritage and Museum Studies from the University of Cambridge and has worked in Bermuda’s cultural sector for over 20 years. She has served as Executive Director of the St. George’s Foundation, Curator of the National Museum of Bermuda, and has consulted on a variety of local and international heritage and museum projects.

Charlotte Andrews Bermuda Sept 2021

“Her special interest in Bermuda World Heritage led her to chair the UNESCO Site’s management committee and to comprehensively review, coordinate partners and draft its most recent management plan. Dr. Andrews has conducted extensive research on community uses of heritage in Bermuda and explores how cultural organisations connect with local stakeholders.”

“Dr. Andrews brings an enormous amount of knowledge and experience to this key role. Her passion and enthusiasm for Bermuda’s heritage is very inspiring and we are delighted to have her join the Trust team,” said Karen Border, the Trust’s Executive Director.

“As Head of Cultural Heritage, Dr. Andrews will manage the Trust’s museums and collection, will lead programmes to celebrate and increase awareness of Bermuda’s cultural heritage and will ensure that the Trust advocates strongly for the preservation of our Island’s heritage in a way that promotes understanding of its importance for our society’s present and future.”

Dr. Andrews shared, “It’s been my honour over the years to work with many people and organisations who protect, promote and create Bermuda’s heritage and culture.

“Now, I am thrilled to join the Trust team in this critical cultural heritage role for the island. I look forward to closely collaborating with partners and volunteers in our cultural sector and to building trusted relationships across our community.
Bermuda’s cultural heritage is a living reflection of our connections, needs and dreams as a unique people part of a wider world, and so I am truly excited about the possibilities ahead.”

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  1. Interesting says:

    No disrespect, but it will be interesting to move Bermuda forward as a multi-cultural destination again and not just Gombeys and Front Street parades. We have a massive cross section of interesting cultural backgrounds here and I can only trust that we all benefit from full exposure as it was before certain individuals attempted to silence the very topic that our overseas guests fully enjoyed.

  2. Loderup says:

    Great appointment. Good to see bermuda promote such an experienced local professional to this position. Best of luck Dr Andrews.

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  4. Juliette says:

    Congratulations Dr. Charlotte Andrews