P/T Freelance Instructional Designer @ Replay Films Ltd.
BA (Hons) Fine Art - Sculpture & Environmental Art @
Glasgow School of Art
I think it is fair to say that I have taken a somewhat unusual path through my career - from Research Scientist (Molecular Biology & Parasitology) to Management Consultant (Accenture 1995-2002) through to Artist and finally back to Management Consultancy and Accenture again. It's that variety in experience and expertise that I think makes me a unique
I think it is fair to say that I have taken a somewhat unusual path through my career - from Research Scientist (Molecular Biology & Parasitology) to Management Consultant (Accenture 1995-2002) through to Artist and finally back to Management Consultancy and Accenture again. It's that variety in experience and expertise that I think makes me a unique proposition in the workplace. It enables me to bring a balance of business acumen, sheer creativity and a pragmatic process to every project and role I undertake.
Several things make me happy: creativity, strong communication, clever & committed people and embracing life-long-learning.
I have nearly twenty years of working with a broad portfolio of companies and clients including Accenture, Replay Films, BT Group, Legal & General, Siemens, Centrica and Glasgow School of Art.
I am based primarily in London.
Manager @ After a hiatus of 12 years I have rejoined Accenture as a Process Excellence and Change Enablement Manager in the Communications, Media & Technology Client Service Group. From December 2014 to Present (1 year 1 month) London, United KingdomArtist @ For more information and an artist's CV please visit www.CherylField.com
After forays into the realms of Molecular Biology and Parasitology, Cheryl retrained as an artist - first studying Sculpture & Environmental Art at The Glasgow School of Art, graduating 2007 and latterly for her Master's of Fine Art at Goldsmiths College, London, graduating 2012. Her artistic practice is primarily preoccupied with investigating the role that popular science plays in contemporary culture. Her first solo exhibition was in 2008 and she has continued to exhibit her work widely since. Most recently at Strathclyde Institute of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences & Glasgow Science Centre as part of Strathclyde University’s public outreach programme. Prior to that she was commissioned to make a series of new works for V2_ Institute for Unstable Media, Rotterdam. Other recent exhibitions include Limited Editions at The Wellcome Collection, London. Novelty at The Asylum Chapel, London, and solo exhibitions Come With Me If You Want To Live at Bearspace Gallery, London and Ten Days in Summer at The Queens Park Railway Club, Glasgow. Field’s work is in numerous private collections and was picked by The Telegraph as one of the Top 10 artworks at London Art Fair 2013. Cheryl maintains a studio in SE London. From October 2007 to Present (8 years 3 months) London, United KingdomP/T Freelance Instructional Designer @ Having enjoyed an excellent working relationship with Replay Films for many years whilst a Business Simulation Manager at Accenture, Cheryl joined the company as a part-time freelance Instructional Designer. Her key responsibilities include the design, production and delivery of learning systems for a variety of business functions. From November 2010 to November 2014 (4 years 1 month) London, United KingdomP/T Visiting Tutor @ Cheryl is an occasional / part time tutor in the Department of Sculpture & Environmental Art, specializing in teaching kinetic art and movement in contemporary art to undergraduate students on the BA(Hons) degree course. From September 2008 to 2013 (5 years) Glasgow, United KingdomManager @ Cheryl was employed as a graduate recruit into Accenture (formerly Andersen Consulting) in 1995 and enjoyed a successful career in the then Change Management sector of the company. She worked across multiple business portfolios including Communications, Financial Services, Utilities and Government Services. and was promoted to Manager in 1999, specializing in Human Performance. Cheryl was a Change specialist with substantial Project Management, Communications and Learning expertise as well as Stakeholder Management experience. Cheryl was key to the development of Accenture’s Business Simulation and Multimedia Production capability in the UK. She has designed, built, delivered and measured business transformation through learning across a diverse portfolio of clients, both nationally and internationally. Her client companies included Siemens, BT Group, Centrica, Legal & General. From November 1995 to July 2002 (6 years 9 months) London, United Kingdom
Master of Fine Arts (MFA), Fine Art Studio @ Goldsmiths, University of London From 2010 to 2012 BA (Hons) Fine Art - Sculpture & Environmental Art, Sculpture & Environmental Art, 1st Class Degree @ Glasgow School of Art From 2003 to 2007 Research Doctorate, Parasitology @ Imperial College London From 1991 to 1995 BSc (Hons) Biological Sciences - Molecular Biology, Molecular Biology, 2:1 @ The University of Edinburgh From 1987 to 1991 Cheryl Field is skilled in: Change Management, Instructional Design, E-Learning, Business Simulation, Communication, Adobe Creative Suite, Articulate Storyline, Contemporary Art, Fine Art, Kinetic Sculpture
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