Coaching and Mentoring Programme

Sector Development 2020

Maya Productions works with other organisations and individuals to increase workforce diversity in the arts.

Our latest work includes a coaching and mentoring programme in association with Stage Sight for five industry professionals from Black, Asian and Ethnically Diverse backgrounds.


Maya Productions were delighted and honoured to have had  Doreen Foster, Alison Holder, Tony Gayle, Keith Saha and Roshni Savjani working with us on the programme, to strengthen and expand diversity across the sector, offering support and guidance to those who were at quite a pivotal moment.

Stage Manager

Stuart Thomson

Producer, Fundraiser and Arts Manager

Annette Corbett

Writer, Composer and Sound Designer

Sarah Sayeed

Inayah Thomas
Stage Manager

Inayah Thomas

Freelance Producer

Chateelah Green


“I feel a better sense of professionalism – a good idea of how to network and establish a professional working relationship, as well as the confidence to feel like I belong in this industry. A more achievable career path, goal, plan and a better sense of calm.”

“I feel a lot clearer about my next career steps, and particularly how this relates to the arts.”

“I think this is an invaluable process for all artists and arts professionals at all stages of their career.”

We have also been working with the National Theatre, to explore the impact of the Step Change Career development programme on individuals from a diverse background.

To find out more how we can help you with your work and career progression please contact us.

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