Lynn Connolly

Lynn joined DC Research in early 2009 and works part-time as the Administrator and Carlisle Office Manager.

Her role involves providing research and administrative support across the full spectrum of DC Research’s projects, as well as overseeing various support functions for the company – including helping to ensure the effective implementation of the DC Research Quality Procedures, carrying out various financial management tasks, and supporting a range of business development and marketing activities.

Her project involvement typically includes providing various research support tasks (such as documentation collection and collation, web searching, data inputting, and survey administration tasks), and her specific project experience thus far has focused on DC Research’s work in the cultural and heritage sectors.

Specific projects tasks she has been involved in include: survey administration and data collation for the Evaluation of Recognition Scheme and Fund, the Economic Impact of Perth Theatre and Perth Concert Hall, the South of Scotland Creative Enterprise Initiative Evaluation, and the Economic and Social Value of Gaelic as an Asset projects, as well as data and document collection and collation for the Economic Impact of the Arts in Northumberland, the Review of Lincolnshire County Council’s Heritage Service Level Agreement, Income Generation Support Project for Tullie House, the South of Scotland Creative Clusters Evaluation, and the Assessment of the impact of the Heritage Lottery Fund Collecting Cultures Initiative.