213 ABOUT THE EDITORIAL BOARD DariaAgapova (MA) is a member of the Finnish Diversity Agents network, an educator and a curator of public projects, including the annual Children’s Days in St Petersburg museum festival. Working in the Cultura Foundation (Helsinki) she is currently a co-leader in the Agents of Change: Mediating Minorities international project supported by Creative Europe and aimed at implementing approaches of art mediation into community engagement work. She was a co-organizer of a US–Russia Participatory Museum project and an editor-in-chief of the guidebook ’Participatory Culture: Museum as a Forum for Dialogue and Collaboration’ . DinaraKhalikova (MA) is a media and culture specialist with a sociological background, Board member of ICOM Russia and its representative in NEMO (Network of European Museum Organisations). She is currently working on sociocultural projects devoted to inclusion and diversity, in particular curating long- term projects Inclusive Museum and Migration: Revealing the Personal . Dinara is an external expert in various museum seminars and training on museum accessibility, social participation and other issues of museum development. In 2014–2015, she worked at the cultural sector of the UNESCO Office in Moscow, in 2015-2020 – at ICOM Russia executive directorate as a Project Director. OlgaSinitsyna is an art historian, independent museums’ and libraries’ strategic management consultant, lecturer, author of books and articles, translator. Since 2011, she is an ICOM member, national representative in the ICOM CECA section. Member of the Presidium of the Non-commercial partnership ADIT, Council member of the Association of Cultural Managers, member of the Board of Experts of the Mikhail Prokhorov Foundation. Expert in museums’ grant competitions, facilitator and leading expert of project and educational seminars and project workshops for representatives of the cultural sphere, strategic and foresight sessions. Regular participant, moderator and speaker at the professional meetings. Until 2013, she worked at the M. I. Rudomino All-Russian State Library of Foreign Literature as Deputy Director General. Nana Zhvitiashvili (MA) is a UK registered art psychotherapist, systemic practitioner and art historian based in London. She is a former museum curator at the State Russian museum in St.Petersburg, where she developed and delivered a wide range of inclusive museum programmes for marginalised audiences in 1990-s. She has edited and written books and articles on museum education, art therapy in museums and other related topics, with most recent contribution to the book ‘Art Therapy in Museums and Galleries: Reframing Practice’ (2020, Ed. Coles, A., Jury, H.). She is actively involved in developing Russian-British cultural relations, curating exhibitions and joint projects in the UK and in Russia.