Norfolk Archaeological Trust’s Director for the past six years, Caroline Davison, will be stepping down from her role at the end of January 2021 to pursue her writing career. Her connection with NAT began in 2012 when she project managed the community engagement strand of the 2-year lottery-funded St Benet’s Abbey Conservation, Access and Community project, and she went on to become Director in 2014.
Speaking about her time with NAT Caroline said ‘I’ve found the role very rewarding and I’ll be really sad to say goodbye to everyone who’s supported me in my work over the years – staff, trustees and volunteers’.
Jonathan Sisson, NAT’s chairman said ‘We shall be very sorry to see Caroline leave. She will depart leaving a legacy of the Trust being well organised and in a sound position. With the recently developed Strategic and Business Plans in place, the next Director will be leading the Trust into an exciting new phase.’
NAT intends to appoint a new Director to start in February and the role will be advertised on NAT’s website on Monday November 16 2020
Image: Caroline at a Caistor Roman Project event, with the CRP chairman, Alan Pask