Charlotte de Mille
Dr. Charlotte de Mille
Dr. Charlotte de Mille
Art in Leadership Facilitation

Charlotte has extensive experience leading art workshops for professionals from novice to expert in museums of cultural artefacts. Regarding art as a means to unlock reflections on personal experience, perception, and empathy as well as social stereotyping and cultural assumptions, her workshops for Talent Futures provide insight into ourselves and others, and the multiple environments of working life. Charlotte also works for the education department at The Courtauld Gallery, for whom she co-authored “Animating Art History,” a joint initiative with Central Saint Martin’s and the University of the Creative Arts for 16-19 year olds from non-Higher Education backgrounds, which was long-listed for a Clore Award in Museum Learning. Receiving her doctorate from The Courtauld Institute of Art in 2009, she has taught at The Courtauld Institute of Art, and the Universities of Sussex, Bristol, and Saint Andrews. She has published widely on art and music, is a regular lecturer at the V&A, and Honorary Research Associate at The University of Bristol.