CAROL SCOTT IS AN EXPERIENCED
MUSEUM PROFESSIONAL.
SHE KNOWS THE VALUE OF MUSEUMS
AND HOW TO
MAXIMISE THAT VALUE.

Carol Scott
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Employment

2010-
Established Carol Scott Associates

2008-9  
Renaissance London Programme Manager for 2012: London Museums Hub Olympic Project, Museum of London, UK.

1991-2007 
Manager: Evaluation and Audience Research- Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, Australia.

1994-2004
Lecturer: University of Sydney Museum Studies Course, Sydney, Australia.

1990
Course Development and Delivery: Training and Development Unit- University of Technology Sydney, Australia.

1987-89
Co-ordinator: National Community Arts Training Unit- Community Cultural Development Board, Australia Council for the Arts, Sydney, Australia.

1985-7
Co-ordinator: Aboriginal Teacher Education Program — University of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia.

1980-85
Curriculum Co-ordinator: Yeperenye Independent Aboriginal School, Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia.

Education

2007
Doctor of Philosophy, University of Sydney, Australia

1992
Masters of Education, University of New England, Australia

1987
Diploma of Adult Continuing Education, 
University of New England, Australia.

1978

Diploma of Education-Primary, Murdoch University, Australia.

1974
Bachelor of Arts, University of Winnipeg, Canada.

Professional affiliations

2016-2019

Executive Board, ICOM (International Council of Museums)

2012-2017

Chair, ICOM UK (International Council of Museums, United Kingdom)

2013-15

Member: Advisory Group AHRC Cultural Value Project 

2012-15

Trustee: Fan Museum Trust

2010-2017

Trustee: Herculaneum Society

2010-2016

Executive Committee: International Council of Museums (ICOM) Marketing and Public Relations

2011 
International judging panel- Museum Awards ICOM Italy

Board Member: ICOM UK
 
Secretary: Marketing and Public Relations Committee International Council of Museums (ICOM)

2010

Chair: Electronic Visualisation and the Arts (London)

2005-2006 

Board Member: International Council of Museums (ICOM), Australia.

2000-2005

President: Museums Australia (peak professional body for museums and galleries).

Advisory Group: Museums Leadership Program, Australia.

1996-2000

Inaugural Chair of the Evaluation and Visitor Research Special Interest Group of Museums Australia.