We’re delighted to announce that Natasha McEnroe has been appointed as our new General Secretary & Chief Executive.

Natasha comes to the Society from the Science Museum, where she was Keeper of Medicine, and brings with her a wealth of experience in delivering both capital and academic heritage projects. Natasha joins at the start of a new era for the Society; with their lease at Burlington House secure and new strategy and values aimed at increasing their outreach and engaging audiences, she will lead the Society through its next stage in history.

Natasha will start as General Secretary & Chief Executive in April 2024.

Martin Millett, President of the Society of Antiquaries, says: “We are delighted to be joined by Natasha McEnroe as the new General Secretary. With her experience in leading heritage organisations and her passion for history, she is well placed to usher in the beginning of an exciting new chapter.”

Natasha McEnroe says: “With permanent premises at Burlington House now confirmed, this is a fantastic time to be joining the Society of Antiquaries. Through supporting historic research and sharing this knowledge with a wide and diverse audience, we will encourage public understanding of the past and the lessons history can teach us.”