Lucy is Chief Executive Officer, providing dynamic leadership, direction and innovation to the Jurassic Coast Trust to enable it to deliver its vision, values, objectives and to ensure future sustainability. She is responsible for the effective coordination of the World Heritage Site Partnership Plan, facilitating, motivating and encouraging partner involvement and delivering the JCT’s responsibilities within it.
She has overall responsibility for World Heritage Site Management and programme delivery; advocacy and external relationships, governance, risk, legal and financial management and management of the Jurassic Coast Trust staff team.
Lucy’s background is firmly grounded in non-profit organisations with responsibility for leadership, development and governance. She is currently studying for her MBA at Birmingham University, she gained her Masters degree from Bournemouth University in 2007 and graduated from Southampton Solent University in 1999.
Lucy’s Jurassic Coast hot-spot
“It’s a hard choice between Old Harry Rocks which I can see each day when I go walking my dog along the beaches in Poole and Kimmeridge Bay, which is best visited (in my opinion) on a windy, wet and wild day. In fact, just go to both!”