Amy Grain is executive assistant at Serendipity and Black Arts and Heritage.   Since joining the team as an education intern for Let’s Dance International Frontiers in 2013, Grain has grown with the organisation as administrator and general manager before taking up her current role in 2023.  As well as skills in administration, Grain has experience in  supporting programming, development, graphic design, video editing, branding, website maintenance and income generation.  She has travelled internationally representing Serendipity Institute for Black Arts and Hertiage, including attending Tanzmesse in Dusseldorf, International Dance Council Congress in Athens and the British Dance Edition in the UK.  Grain completed the Passport to Leadership management development programme at Curve in 2020 and holds a BSc degree in Psychology from the University of Leicester.

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