• Dr Andrea Bandelli


    Having championed the use of internet as a collaborative educational platform in schools and museums in Italy in the early 1990s, Andrea Bandelli worked on the development of both the science center NEMO in Amsterdam and the Miami Museum of Science, and became a partner of NISE, the Nanoscale Informal Science Education network, working with the Exploratorium in San Francisco. He has led, managed and evaluated several international projects linked with science, art, democracy and public participation — many in collaboration with Ecsite, the European network of science centers and museums. Bandelli has written widely on public engagement with science and he has recently completed his doctoral research on scientific citizenship and the role of public participation in science centers. 



  • Sarah Durcan


    Sarah Durcan is the Global Operations Manager of Science Gallery International. She has a background in theatre producing and financial management and worked for nine years as the Executive Producer for award-winning Irish theatre company, The Corn Exchange. Sarah was the Acting General Manager of Dublin Theatre Festival and then joined the Dublin Fringe Festival as General Manager. As a consultant producer and strategic advisor she has worked with ARCANE Collective Dance Company and Theatre Lovett on their international tours. Sarah holds a BA in Communications from DCU and an MA in Cultural Policy and Arts Management from UCD. She has served on the boards of Theatre Forum and GAZE Film Festival. Since November 2015 she has been involved in organising the #WakingTheFeminists campaign to achieve gender equality in Irish theatre by 2021. In July 2016, Sarah was appointed to the Board of the Abbey Theatre, The National Theatre of Ireland.


  • Danny Browne


    Danny is responsible for engagement and technology across the Science Gallery Network.

    With a background in Computer Science, Danny built his early career working in the high-tech and commercial sector before moving to work on cultural and heritage projects.

    Initially joining Science Gallery Dublin in 2010, Danny brings his experience to bear through people and project management, creative production, community building, and strategic development.

    Now working with Science Gallery International, his role builds on this experience further, mobilising the Science Gallery brand and approach to enable new experiences across the Global Science Gallery Network.

    Right now Danny is leading on work to support the growth of the Science Gallery movement at a truly global scale.

    Talk to Danny at or follow him on twitter @noveltyknees


  • Noeleen Hartigan


    As Sustainability Manager, Noeleen will build our relationships with people who share our values and have the capacity and passion to support our growth, including philanthropic foundations, corporations and individual donors. Innovation, transparency and value for money underpin how we work with our partners. We are committed to delivering tangible social impact for the young people who interact with Science Gallery and ethical, engaging opportunities for our partners.

    Noeleen has worked on major social justice and human rights campaigns in Ireland and internationally for over 20 years. She is particularly experienced at matching donor's interests to ground breaking social change agendas. Most recently she spent seven years as Programmes Director with Amnesty International Ireland and two years as Head of Development for Chamber Choir Ireland. She has a BA in English Literature and Philosophy, an MA in International Relations, and is a member of the National Union of Journalists and the Public Relations Institute of Ireland.  She occasionally acts, sings and directs plays for fun.

    +353 87 61 67 689



  • Katrina Enros


    Responsible for Global Engagement and Insights, Katrina is tasked with creating tools and resources that promote learning and engagement across the Global Science Gallery Network, interrogating best practice, and analysing organisational data to better meet the Network’s mission and goals. Katrina has worked at the intersection of third-level education and the cultural sector for over a decade, most frequently on public engagement projects within universities. She completed her MA in Arts Administration and Policy (School of the Art Institute of Chicago, 2008) and an Hons. BA in Art History and Sociology (University of Toronto, 2004), as well as additional advanced diplomas in Learning & Development (CIPD, National University of Ireland, 2018) and Business Management (University of Toronto, 2014). Katrina has worked on cultural and public engagement projects with institutions across the globe, including Queen's University, the University of Toronto and Trinity College Dublin. Talk to Katrina at


  • Lucy Whitaker


    Lucy is responsible for the key marketing, communications and press activity for Science Gallery International, connecting people and ideas across all our work. Lucy holds an honours degree in digital marketing and has over 6 years experience working in marketing and communications in both a university and museum/gallery context. Lucy has extensive experience in digital marketing, event promotion, copywriting, design coordination, web design, audience engagement, email marketing, social media, and press and media. Lucy joined the Science Gallery Dublin marketing team in 2012 and subsequently joined Science Gallery International in 2017. Talk to Lucy at