The Bermuda National Trust was incorporated by a public Act of Parliament, The Bermuda National Trust Act 1969, which created a membership-based organisation with the mission to preserve and promote Bermuda’s heritage. It is a registered charity (#81) in good standing.

The Trust is governed by a Council of not more than 13 members, assisted by several committees of volunteers with expertise in all areas of Trust activity. In addition to this strong volunteer team, the Trust is managed by a professional staff led by the Executive Director.

Under the incorporating legislation, the Council is composed of:

– 6 to 10 persons elected annually by the Trust membership

– three persons appointed by the Governor.

Officers of the Council are the President, Vice-President and Treasurer.


Mrs. Alana Anderson – President

Mr. Mark Orchard – Vice President

Mr. Stephen Kuzyk – Treasurer, Finance Chair

Ms. Robin Mayor – Development Chair

Mrs. Linda O’Shea

Mr. Tim Rogers

Mr. Stratton Hatfield

Mr. William White


Ms. Mariette Savoie

Ms. Meredith Ebbin

Mr. Michael Leverock


Committees are essential to the successful operation of the Trust, providing a vast amount of expertise across the full range of our activities. Many volunteers serve regularly on our standing committees, with others assisting on an ad hoc basis.

Not only do committee members provide time and talent, they ensure the continued democratic functioning of this broad-based community organisation. Our committees include:

Management Committees:

  • Development Committee
  • Finance Committee
  • Governance Committee
  • Heritage Committee
  • Buy Back Bermuda (joint initiative with Bermuda Audubon Society)


Advisory Committees:

  • Archaeological Research Committee
  • Education Committee
  • Government House Furnishings Committee
  • Museums & Collections Committee
  • Publications Committee