Rosie Hunter is Executive Director for People’s Palace Projects and deputy CEO to Paul Heritage.
From 2005-2009 she was Executive Director of Battersea Arts Centre, working with David Jubb for a period that included the organisation’s successful campaign to take over the building from Wandsworth Council on a 99-year lease. In previous roles, she managed the Actors Centre for 5 years; worked in the Arts Development team at Warrington Borough Council towards the opening of Pyramid Arts Centre; was marketing assistant, then programme coordinator for Northern Stage at Newcastle Playhouse: and was one of the four founding members of Creation Theatre Company. She spent six years as a Board member of the Independent Theatre Council and has also been a Board member of Queen Mary Innovation Limited (until 2015) and a Trustee of HighTide Festival Productions Ltd (until 2011). She has been a Personal Licensee and a Fellow of the RSA. She studied English Language and Literature at Oxford University.
Rosie is a founding director of the Museum of Colour CIC – a new heritage and creativity social enterprise that PPP is proud to be incubating. She has also been involved in a voluntary capacity with various community organisations in South London, including local charity Invisible Palace where she is a founding Trustee.