Tasmin Evans is Collections Archivist for Serendipity Institute for Black Arts and Heritage. In visitor experience roles she has had the opportunity to work with people from many different backgrounds and understand their connections with their communities. Knowing the important relationship between heritage and identity, she strives to make every individual experience meaningful. Graduating from Newman University with a degree in History and a Master’s degree in Research, she specialises in studies on British slavery and the complex history of African Caribbean identity in the colonial world. Volunteering in heritage collections throughout her working life, she has been able to share her passion for finding the historical Black voice with other institutions and continue development of the heritage sector.