The Panacea Charitable Trust currently employs 10 staff throughout its offices, museum and CenSAMM project.
The Senior Staff in the charity are:
David is an experienced professional having worked with for The Panacea Charitable Trust for 16 years. David trained and qualified as a chartered accountant, working with the Express Newspaper group prior to working for the charity.
David has overall management responsibility for the charity and its activities including the Panacea Museum, archives and management of its assets.
Sean is a third-sector professional with over 10 years' experience working with non-profit organisations. Before working at The Panacea Charitable Trust, Sean spent five years with YMCA Bedfordshire as their Business Manager. He completed a Master's degree in Charity Management in 2017.
Sean is David McLynn's deputy and has overall responsibility for the management of the charity in his absence.
Gemma Papineau has an incessant curiosity for unusual places and strange stories, which makes the Panacea Museum a perfect place to work.
After studying Contemporary Arts at university she joined an arts marketing agency and spent three years working on campaigns for museums and galleries across the UK.
She completed an MA in Museums Management in 2006 and has spent 10 years working in museum exhibitions, research and education.
Gemma is responsible for the management of the Panacea Museum and particularly enjoys researching the Society in the Panacea Charitable Trust’s astonishing archives to develop new exhibitions.
James is Professor of Bible, Society and Politics at St Mary’s University, Twickenham. His main research areas are Christian origins and Judaism in the 1st century and the Bible and religion in English political discourse.
Alastair is an Affiliated Lecturer in the Faculty of Divinity and a Fellow of Hughes Hall in the University of Cambridge. He is a researcher in the field of the late-modern and contemporary history religion and spirituality, with a special interest in religious innovation and secularization-sacralization. He has worked extensively on the history of the Panacea Society's healing.
Vicki works 4 days a week as Archivist and Conservator for the Panacea Charitable Trust, and one day a week as an Associate Lecturer for the Open University. Vicki has number of post-graduate qualifications in the field of heritage management and history, and has a research interest in the history of health practices.
For contact details of the above staff, please visit the contact us page