Cllr Allen is the Mayor of Dacorum and serves as a committee member for the Boxmoor Good Neighbours and as a trustee for Community Action Dacorum. He is a history teacher and sixth form lead at Roman Fields Academy.

For over 20 years, Khaled has been a leading expert in communications masterplanning, creative and art direction, and strategic branding for a diverse range of cultural institutions, cultural diplomacy initiatives, international organisations, and commercial brands.

Khaled's extensive portfolio encompasses projects across the UK, Europe, and the Middle East, collaborating with cultural master planners, creative agencies and clients and such as The European Union, Amnesty International, Culture Spectrum, Art Jameel - Dubai, The Grand Egyptian Museum - Cairo, Massar Children's Museum - Damascus, the International Finance Corporation's Business Reform Index, Ecorys UK, Cultural Innovations - London, AEA Consulting London/New York, McCann, and the Egyptian Ministry of Culture.

Throughout these engagements, Khaled has consistently delivered world-class services, including strategic planning and concept development for cultural projects, strategic branding, creative direction for mass-media and digital communications campaigns, art direction, content planning, and creative direction for cultural diplomacy initiatives, events, and immersive experiences.

Furthermore, Khaled has several academic engagements and contributions in the fields of communications, digital innovation and empowerment, including Galal, K. (2015) ‘Economic Innovations and Social Empowerment’, in Youngs, G. (eds) Digital World, London: Routledge.

Bev has worked for Dacorum Heritage since 2002. She oversees all the finance functions of DH, including the preparation and monitoring of the annual operating budget and on individual project budgets, as well as providing monthly financial reports for the Dacorum Heritage Board and producing statutory accounts for external examination. She ensures compliance with small business regulations, she also serves as the focal point for human resources management and liaises with insurance brokers, the public accounting firm, payroll service, Charity Commission, Companies House, and HMRC.

In her role as Public Engagement Manager, Nina works sharing and allowing access to the collection and the stories of the local area. This involves developing new resources for schools, as well as running exhibitions and events.

Anna is currently on the Board Secretariat team in the Department for Education and is responsible for the Department’s executive governance and Non-Executive Directors. Anna has several years of experience volunteering in various museums and heritage organisations (Oriental Museum, Durham; Raby Castle, Darlington; and Headstone Manor Museum, London). Anna’s research specialism is in social mobility in the museum and heritage sector.

Adrian is a qualified Solicitor (England & Wales, Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland), notary public (England & Wales) and licensed attorney (New York), and currently works as a legislative draftsman in the Government Legal Department. For the decade until 2018 he was the Treasurer and then the Chairman of the White Lion Society (the Society of Friends of Her Majesty’s College of Arms). He is currently Chairman of Berkhamsted Castle Trust and a Trustee of the Berkhamsted Local History & Museum Society.

Robin is an accountant by profession. He is the Chair of the London Veterans Advisory & Pensions Committee, which is a ministerial appointment. He previously served as an economic advisor at the Ministry of Defence supporting negotiations with HM Treasury, and before that, he was Managing Director of the private finance division within Carillion plc, the UK's second largest construction company, for 14 years. He was, before that, Director of Finance of Leeds Development Corporation and his early career was with Price Waterhouse, now PwC.

Stephen is the Operations & Capital Projects Director for the Trust. He is responsible for all Trust operations including Building Services; Capital Projects; Facilities; Health and Safety and Security. He re-joined the Trust in May 2021, having had to resign as Chair due to temporary ill-health in 2020.

Before retiring in 2016, Stephen worked in Estates Management for large public facing organisations. He has held positions as: Head of Estates at the ExCeL Exhibition Centre; Director of Visitor and Estates at the British Museum from 2004 to 2012; and Head of Facilities at the Olympic Park, seconded to LOCOG for the 2012 Olympic Games. Stephen is also an active member of LAMAS where he serves as a member of Council and the Historic Buildings Committee.

Katie is currently the Families and Young People Manager at the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich. In this role she manages engagement opportunities for those ages 0-24, including working on both small and large-scale projects, and managing a team of volunteers. Alongside this role, Katie volunteers as part of the team running the Families in Museums Network, a peer support network sharing best practice across the sector, as a mentor for GEM, and with GirlGuiding UK. Previously Katie worked at Waddesdon Manor, National Trust, as part of a small team delivering engagement opportunities for schools, adults, families and local groups.

Looks after the day-to-day care and access of the objects in the collections cared for by Dacorum Heritage, including those we store for the local history and museum societies.