Our Directors and Team Heads are some of the most experienced heritage and archaeology professionals in the sector. Collectively they lead on overall direction for the organisation, ensuring that MOLA remain competitive and efficient and that we stay at the forefront of new advances in the heritage industry.
Head of Communications
Nicola is the Head of Communications at MOLA and is responsible for all of MOLA's communication channels including PR, marketing communications, digital media and the website. Her work helps to build MOLA’s profile, publicise our fascinating projects and reach out to and work with clients in new ways.
Significant projects that Nicola has worked on include publicising the archaeology of Crossrail, which involved a three part Channel 4 documentary series and extensive international media engagement; the archaeology of Bloomberg, including far-reaching coverage of the first hand-written documents from Britain and the opening of London Mithraeum Bloomberg Space; and publicity for The Stage, the excavation of Shakespeare’s Curtain Theatre.
Nicola has over a decade of experience working in communications, with a focus on heritage and museums. Before joining the Communications team at MOLA she was a Press Officer at the Museum of London, where she worked closely with the media to promote the museum’s exhibitions, projects and events. She has an archaeology background, having read Public Archaeology for her MA and previously worked as a field archaeologist.