Meet Our Trustees

Del Barrett

Founder and Chair

Del is a former Trustee of the Royal Photographic Society, where she spearheaded the Hundred Heroines campaign to highlight the global impact of women in photography. She is also the incoming President of the not-for-profit Too Tired Project. After spending twenty years in the City, Del’s more recent career was in higher education. She has an MBA from Aston and Ph.D in Linguistics, specialising in Language & Power, from King’s College, London.
Image © Jillian Edelstein

Jennie Ricketts


With 30 years experience, Jennie Ricketts is a photography editor, curator, consultant and mentor. She is a former Picture Editor of The Observer Magazine, where she worked for seventeen of those years. She launched the Jennie Ricketts Gallery in 2006. Originally based in Brighton, UK, she relocated to County Wicklow, Ireland in 2007. Operating online from Co.Wicklow, the gallery represents international photographers, for curated shows in hired exhibition spaces.
Jennie is currently a member of the Advisory Board for, and joint owner and Company Secretary for Liss, a deconsecrated listed church and school house.

Susan Brice


Susan is an art-loving lawyer who has studied Arts and Law and who has maintained a passion for ballet and contemporary art throughout her executive career in the City of London. Susan has been a senior manager at a major global bank for over 20 years and her roles have included Head of Global Liquidity and Cash Management (GLCM), Legal for EMEA; Global Head of Innovation for GLCM, Legal; and Head of Payments Law & Regulatory for the 4 Global Businesses. She has been lead lawyer for a number of pan-European Regulatory Change programmes and has been responsible for implementing laws and negotiating contracts with a myriad of entity types, including individuals and charities.

Thérèse Barry


Thérèse has recently completed academic studies in corporate governance, business ethics, and company culture, building upon extensive business and legal experience from her time working in start-ups, the City, and professional services. She has a particular interest in governance in the arts and the challenges organisations face in reflecting diversity in society.