Tina Corri
Chief Executive
Tina is the Chief Executive of People United. She joined People United as Co-Director in February 2014 with 20 years experience of working in the arts, learning and interpretation. Previously she was Deputy Head of Learning at the Museum of London, Head of Education at English Heritage and Head of Young People’s Programmes at Tate Britain.

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Liz Flynn
Head of Creative Programmes
Liz joined People United as Head of Creative Programmes in April 2018. With over 10 years experience of working in the arts and events industry, Liz has programmed and delivered a wide range of public events, community engagement projects and arts education programmes on behalf of both the public and private sector. More Info
Charlotte Guy
Operations Manager
Charlotte joined People United as Operations Manager in August 2018. Charlotte has a wealth of professional experience having previously provided high-level administrative support at the University of Kent for 5 years. She has a degree in Psychology and is passionate about the Arts. You will often find her doing crochet and enjoying spending time by the sea. More Info
Becky Vincer
Project Coordinator
Becky joined People United in the Summer of 2015 and helps to look after our Artist Commissions and Neighbourhood projects. Becky has previously worked in a range of roles including event organisation, volunteer co-ordination and project administration. More Info
Stacie Lee Bennett-Worth
Digital & Communications Assistant
Stacie is a dance artist, filmmaker and PhD candidate with a portfolio of interdisciplinary projects spanning fields of choreography, visual art and creative research. Joining People United in June 2018 she brings with her varied experience in managing digital projects, marketing and design roles and a strong belief in the company ethos. More Info
Tom Andrews
Founder / Associate
Tom Andrews founded People United in 2006, and is now a freelance Associate for People United delivering our Mentoring Programme, Away Days and bespoke consultancy. Tom has worked for over 20 years in the arts, education and community sectors, and alongside his consultancy work, is currently training to become a Counsellor. Central to his working life has been using creativity to nurture understanding and to bring people together. More Info
Shazza Ali
Shazza is a PhD student in social psychology at the University of Kent. She obtained an Economic and Social Research Council funded CASE studentship in partnership with People United to carry out her PhD research. More Info
Jo Broadwood
Research Associate
Jo has extensive experience of working in the arts and with communities. She was previously People United’s Head of Research and Innovation and is primary author of our Arts and Kindness paper. Jo now helps to inform our work around research and its application within neighbourhood settings.

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Sarah Fox
Sarah has over 15 years of working in educational and community settings. Previously she was People United's Head of Creative Programmes, led community arts at AmicusHorizon Housing Association and was a drama lecturer at Canterbury College and University of Kent. More Info
Michele is a Visual Arts Educator who believes that Art can transform outcomes for young people. She divides her time between working for Royal Opera House Bridge and her independent Arts Education Consultancy. More Info
Bob Karper
Bob is a performance artist whose solo work features true stories mixed with original film, song, projected images and a variety of instruments. He works with People United in schools as Steampunk Bob, artist-engineer-in-residence, creating bespoke kindness engagements between pupils, staff and the world at large. More Info
Sue Mayo is a researcher and a theatre maker. In addition to teaching Applied Theatre at Goldsmith’s, she specialises in devising theatre with community groups. She is currently working on three cross-art form projects loosely clustered around the theme of gratitude, and leading Magic Me’s intergenerational women’s project, Decorum. More Info
Lauren Spinner
Lauren is an associate lecturer at the University of Kent in the School of Psychology. She has recently submitted her PhD and specialises in the social aspect of children’s development, particularly how children come to understand gender roles and stereotypes. Lauren supports People United’s collection of data, quantitative analysis and report writing. More Info
Lucy is a visual artist who works collaboratively with people. Her projects are always a triangular combination of lived experience (dinners, walks, talks, exhibitions, environments, postal projects), digital dialogue (blogs, QR codes, Instagram, hashtags) and physical output (film, photography, print, collage, installation). More Info
Julie Van de Vyver
Research Associate
Julie is a social psychologist at the University of Lincoln. She has collaborated with People United on a range of research projects since 2011. Most of these research projects involve large-scale quantitative research to examine whether and how the arts may foster kindness. More Info
Steve Moffitt
Steve is Chief Executive of A New Direction, a charity that works to ensure that children and young people get the most out of London’s extraordinary creative and cultural offer. More Info
Maria Amidu
Maria Amidu is a visual artist and producer of social projects. Her artistic work is focused on substantiating what is hidden, obscured and less obvious in varying historical and contemporaneous collective situations. More Info
Moya Maxwell
Moya is Head of Venues at Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), leading and developing the venue and events teams. Previously, Moya was Head of Commercial Programming at the Royal Opera House, and brings 20 years’ experience of working in the events industry. More Info
Simona Uberti
Trustee / Treasurer
Simona is currently Finance Manager at the Tizard Centre, University of Kent, and brings 25 years’ experience of working in administration and finance in the private, third and public sector. She joined People United in 2012 working first as a volunteer and then as a consultant, advising on financial profitability, sustainability and planning.

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Emma Wilcox
Emma Wilcox is a producer and arts consultant with over twenty years’ experience in the cultural and creative industries. She works in arts management, strategy and policy development and as successful fundraiser and trainer. More Info