Anne Torreggiani is founder and Chief Executive of The Audience Agency, the UK national charity for public engagement and participation.
Anne is a specialist in audience strategy and research, trends and patterns of public engagement across arts and heritage. She has a special interest in the use of data and digital especially for better access to arts and heritage, increased participation and cultural democracy. Linked to this, she has developed a particular focus on human centred design as a path to innovation.
She is the Co-Director of the new Centre for Cultural Value, funded by the AHRC and based at the University of Leeds. She is also an experienced trustee having served on many steering groups and boards, currently of Tamasha, the leading diverse-led theatre company, and Europeana, the major European platform offering access to 50 million digitised items and supporting the digital transformation of cultural heritage