Our Board of Trustees consists of a minimum of 14 and a maximum of 20 people who are appointed by the Government. Their role is primarily a strategic one. Some high-level decision-making are reserved to the trustees.
Our senior staff oversee the work of National Museums Liverpool including our exhibitions, visitor services, education, work with communities, marketing, communications, development and managing our collections.
Find out more about our RESPECT group that helps advise the International Slavery Museum on the diverse and complex issues with which the venue deals.
Unfortunately, we don't currently have a complete list of staff on the website, but we can help you find the right department or area to contact.
This organisation chart (pdf) shows the current structure of National Museums Liverpool, showing each department and venue and which directors they report to.