David Anderson was appointed to Amgueddfa Cymru as Director General in 2010. Prior to that he was Director of Learning in the Victoria & Albert Museum London having previously held various positions in museum education. He is recognised as an authority on cultural strategy and arts education.
In 1999 he was awarded an OBE for services to museums and education. He has published widely including the UK Government report "A common Wealth: Museums in the Learning Age". He has been the advisor to the UK Government on a wide range of Initiatives including Culture On-Line, Creative Partnerships and a national museum and gallery education strategy. He is also the author of the best selling children's books "The Spanish Armada" and "Mutiny on the Bounty". From 2004 to 2008 he was also Co-Director of the Exhibition Road Cultural Group, London’s first cultural quarter.
Director of Finance & Corporate Resources
Neil Wicks joined Amgueddfa Cymru in June 2011. A qualified accountant for over twenty years, Neil worked in various roles in the public and private sectors, before spending ten years as Director of Operations and Corporate Resources at the Care Council for Wales, a public body whose turnover grew from £1.5 m to £10m.
His responsibilities are finance, including the organization's £29m turnover of accounts, human resources and ICT.
Neil is currently a member of the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy, and District Commissioner for the North and West of Cardiff Scout Movement, representing the District at Area and National level. He has learned to speak Welsh and is studying for an MBA.
Acting Director of Operations/Head of National Waterfront Museum
Director of Gallery Development and Visitor Experience
Janice Lane joined Amgueddfa Cymru in September 2012 as Director of Learning, Exhibitions and New Media. Prior to this she was Senior Museums Manager at Glasgow Museums/Glasgow Life with a portfolio incorporating learning, social inclusion, access, public programming, digital and new media, interpretation, outreach and volunteer development. She had a strategic learning and interpretation role in Glasgow Museums' key capital projects at Kelvingrove Museum & Art Gallery and Riverside Museum of Transport & Technology. She has also had a corporate role within Glasgow Life, contributing to the organization's policies on learning, audience engagement and participation.
At Amgueddfa Cymru she will lead on learning, interpretation, exhibition and digital developments across the organization and in support of key major projects. She has responsibility for the Learning, Programming & Presentations and New Media departments.