Caroline is a trustee for the National Motor Museum at Beaulieu and its world-famous collection of more than 250 vehicles, which tell the story of motoring in Britain. The museum’s range of vehicles spans from the earliest motor carriages to legendary Land Speed Record breakers, while the Trust’s specialist reference library and extensive collection of motoring artefacts, photographic images, film and video has been designated by the Arts Council England of international importance. Click here for details.
Edward, Lord Montagu founded the National Motor Museum in 1972 and it has grown to become a leading independent museum and charity with a mission to engage and inspire visitors, as well as preserve and promote motoring history.
As an Accredited Museum, the museum adheres to nationally agreed standards of good practice and governance. Caroline is committed to helping the National Motor Museum Trust shape its future strategy. As a trustee, Caroline helps to ensure that the Trust has a clear vision, complies with the relevant legal and regulatory requirements and is governed at the highest possible standard. Trustee roles include approving budgets, supporting staff and attending quarterly board meetings at Beaulieu. In addition, Caroline has a specialist education and learning portfolio. She recently reviewed the education programme at the National Motor Museum Trust, supported the recruitment process for a new Learning Officer and encouraged the Senior Management team to successfully apply through People Make it Work, for its Change Creation programme. Change Creation works with visionary organisations to create and embed transformational change. They are committed to helping arts and cultural organisations and their leaders to change and shape their organisations in these unprecedented times.