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Amy Todd

Amy Todd is Public Engagement Officer for the Institute's Layers of London project 

Amy leads the public engagement team and the many volunteer networks who are compiling Layers of London.; tel: +44 (0)20 7862 8765

Institute roles

Amy is the Public Engagement Officer for Layers of London, a project to create a website bringing together a significant collection of historic maps and other London-related resources for the first time, and working with community groups, schools and the general public to encourage them to contribute information about the London that they know.

Prior to this Amy worked at RAF Kenley, a City of London managed site in Caterham, which is the best preserved fighter airfield of the period in a similar engagement role.

She started her career in teaching and has taught a broad range of curricula in many alternative environments from hospital schools, FE, pupil referral units and outreach education. Amy is currently studying her MA in Public History at Birkbeck, University of London.