The Alliance Team
Hover over or click on a Staff Member or Trustee's box to read more about them.
Lizzie Glithero-West has been the Chief Executive of The Heritage Alliance since 2016.
Her previous career has been mainly in the civil service and she has expert knowledge of a wide range of policy areas including archaeology, heritage protection, museums and tourism.
Howard WeinbergFinance & Office Manager
Historic Environment Forum and Historic Religious Building Alliance Teams
Francesca BenettiHistoric Environment Forum Steering Group Manager
Our board of trustees
Our Board of Trustees comprises senior practitioners from across the built environment, archaeology, tourism and IMT (industrial, maritime and transport) sectors, whose expertise ensure that The Heritage Alliance has a clear vision and strategy.
Peter Ainsworth was appointed Chair of the Heritage Alliance in December 2018, following over 30 years of commitment to public life.
Ingrid SamuelDeputy Chair
A former civil servant, Ingrid was Head of Heritage and Architecture at the Department for Culture, Media and Sport and on the London Olympic Bid team before joining the NT.
Management Consultant and Chartered Accountant, with Trustee roles across Heritage and International Development sectors.
Ian is a heritage Professor focused on management issues and organisational structures within the heritage sector.
Henry Cleary has had a lifelong involvement in the preservation of maritime and transport heritage. He is Deputy Chair of the Maritime Heritage Trust and Trustee Lead for the Boiler and Engineering Skills Training Trust's Skills for the Future programme
Roy is a non-executive Director, Trustee and advocate for better leadership and governance.
Peter is a trustee of Heritage Alliance, Goodwill Solutions CIC and on Peterborough DAC as well as being a fellow of the RSA.
Jan Wills is an archaeologist with a background in fieldwork, project management and local government. She now works as an historic environment consultant.
Professor Anna Whitelock is Head of the History Department and Deputy Head of the School of Humanities at Royal Holloway, University of London and a trustee of the Institute of Historical Research.
Heather’s training and early career focussed on buildings archaeology, architecture and heritage consultancy. Her current position is General Manager of the National Trust's Blickling Estate, a large historic estate in Norfolk.
Kate is Development and Marketing Manager for the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings (SPAB), where she previously led the Maintenance Co-operatives project.