The college is pleased to announce the appointment of Lynne Adam as Domestic Bursar.
As Domestic Bursar, Lynne will oversee the departments responsible for catering and bar operations, domestic services, maintenance, security, IT, the College Gardens, the Sportsground, and conference and events business. She will also be involved in the delivery of the Levine Building project and will represent the College as a member of a number of internal and external committees.
Lynne has extensive experience in operations management: she spent 20 years at the English National Opera, where she was responsible for all operations and commercial activity at the London Coliseum. She was also part of the team who delivered the £41 million restoration of the Coliseum. She then joined UCL Students’ Union, with responsibility for Operations, Commercial, HR, Clubs & Societies and the Shenley sports ground. More recently she was Head of Operations at the River & Rowing Museum, where she overhauled all operations and commercial activity, including the re-development of Museum gardens. Her voluntary roles have included serving as a School Governor at the Colleton Primary School, and also as a Trustee for London Children’s Ballet.
She will join Trinity on 27 August.