For six years, Tamalie was the Director and CEO of Brooklands Museum, a 32-acre, historic site in Surrey. Brooklands explores how people shaped motorsport and aviation in the twentieth century at the world’s first purpose-built motor racing circuit. The award-winning museum supports young people in taking up STEM careers through the Brooklands Innovation Academy. It hosts over a hundred apprentices each year with Heritage Skills Academy and has been the subject of two series of the TV show Secrets of the Transport Museum.

Prior to her role at Brooklands Museum, Tamalie was the Executive Director of the Association of Independent Museums (AIM). She also led the fundraising and capital project management for The Lightbox, an award-winning museum and gallery.

She has worked as a consultant for ‘A Different View’, set up a literacy project for offenders in the probation service, been a Trustee and Chair of Dance Woking and a school governor.

Her spare time is spent boating, scoring cricket matches and with her family.