Artangel's board of trustees is ultimately responsible for the governance of the organisation, which is both a registered charity and a company limited by guarantee.

Hannah Barry

Hannah is the founder of Bold Tendencies Community Interest Company and Hannah Barry Gallery, both of which are based in Peckham, South London. Over a ten year period Bold Tendencies – together with its major partner projects, Frank’s Cafe and the award-winning Multi-Story Orchestra – has transformed its car park home through an annual commissioning programme of visual art, classical music, poetry and literature and architecture. With immersive public spaces and spectacular views across London, the project has attracted more than a million visitors so far. She is Co-Chair of the Chinati Contemporary Council in Marfa, Texas, part of the Science Gallery's Leonardo Group and the Serpentine Future Contemporaries Committee.

John Cavanagh

For 25 years, John enjoyed a successful career establishing and leading a variety of businesses for financial services companies in New York and London. He is a financing and capital markets specialist who has acted as an advisor to corporations, financial institutions, and government entities located around the globe. John is currently a non-executive director of an infrastructure, transportation, and environmental consulting firm with worldwide operations. In addition to Artangel, John is a patron of South London Gallery and Hospital Rooms, the arts and mental health charity.

John Hay

John is CEO of The Garden, a TV production company specialising in premium factual series including 24 Hours in A&E, 24 Hours in Police Custody, Squid Game: The Challenge, and Alone, and feature docs such as Our Falklands War: A Frontline Story and Gun No 6.  Previously he was Head of Specialist Factual and Arts at Channel 4, commissioning and overseeing programmes including Grayson Perry’s series, Our Gay Wedding: The Musical, and The Vote. Before joining Channel 4, he was Commissioning Editor for Factual at Channel 5, and spent 13 years making programmes at the BBC.

Roger Hiorns

Roger is an influential artist based in London. Roger worked with Artangel in 2008 on the critically acclaimed work Seizure. Roger's work is shown and collected by international institutions such as MoMa, Tate, and Chicago Art Institute and the Walker. Roger continues to bury aircraft in a global network of international artworks.

Caroline Issa, Chair 2024

Caroline is Chief Executive of Tank Publications, publishing print quarterly title Tank, online magazine Because London and most recently launching an independent film streaming platform under TANK.TV. She has spent the last 19 years working with luxury fashion, retail and beauty brands as a publisher, journalist and brand consultant. Caroline has also worked on creating new publishing technology, launching a print edition featuring Fashion Scan, an experimental app enabling users to unlock digital content within physical magazine pages using their smartphones. Today she can be found on numerous juries for fashion awards as well as having spent three years as the external examiner for Central Saint Martins' MA journalism and fashion promotion courses.

Tony Phillips

Tony is an experienced radio and podcast executive, a former CCO at Broccoli Content, VP at WNYC Studios in New York and Commissioning Editor at BBC World Service and Radio 4.

Jemma Read

Jemma is Global Head of Corporate Philanthropy at Bloomberg LP, managing a team responsible for developing and driving Bloomberg's Global philanthropic programming and initiatives in education, environment, human services, arts and culture. Over the last 20 years at Bloomberg, Jemma has overseen a wide range of global cultural initiatives including exhibition sponsorships, public art commissions, audience access programs, the Creative Land Trust and the Bloomberg Connects digital program. Jemma helped to establish Bloomberg Space in 2002 and is now director of London Mithraeum Bloomberg Space. Jemma is proud to serve on the Digital Advisory Board of the National Gallery and the UK Board of the C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group. Jemma also sits on the Advisory Boards of a number of the UK's leading arts and cultural organisations, including the Creative Industries Federation, the Serpentine Galleries, and the Women of the World Committee at the Southbank Centre.

Harjot Singh

Harjot Singh is an award winning advertising executive with a proven, global track record. Most drawn to people shaped by their interest in constant discovery, learning and open mindedness, Harjot is unwavering in his belief that creativity is the world’s most powerful resource.

For over 25 years, Harjot has held senior, management roles in North America, Asia, and Europe, working with some of the most well-known creative agencies in the world, and advising many of the world’s most successful brands and corporations across every category and sector; from packaged good, to banking, cars, retail, telco, beauty, fashion, and the public sector.

Harjot is currently Global Chief Strategy Officer for McCann Worldgroup, a global advertising agency network with offices in 120 countries. He is also non- executive director of an economic development consultancy with worldwide operations and a trustee of the British History of Advertising Trust.

Jenny Waldman

Jenny Waldman CBE is Director of Art Fund, the national fundraising charity for art. She was previously Director of 14-18 NOW, the UK’s official arts programme for the First World War Centenary, commissioning over 100 new works from leading contemporary artists including Jeremy Deller’s Somme tribute we’re here because we’re here, Peter Jackson’s film They Shall Not Grow Old and new works by John Akomfrah, William Kentridge, and Rachel Whiteread.

Her previous positions include Creative Producer of the London 2012 Festival, the finale of the Cultural Olympiad for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games and prior to that, several years at Somerset House Trust where she developed the ice rink, concert and film seasons.