Based in Boston, The National Trust for Scotland Foundation USA is a membership organization with supporters from all 50 states. We are connected by our interest in conserving the 125 irreplaceable landscapes and historic sites cared for by the National Trust for Scotland, including:
The National Trust for Scotland Foundation USA is a 501(c)(3) registered in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts (Federal Tax ID No. 04-3511088).
Lisa oversees operations and NTSUSA’s annual programs including management of membership, appeals, and the Clan Partner program. With a background in nonprofit arts management, Lisa holds a B.A. in Art History from the University of Texas at Arlington and is currently working toward a MLIS in Archives Management at Simmons University in Boston, Massachusetts. Lisa’s favorite National Trust for Scotland properties are Robert Smail’s Printing Works and Glencoe, and a visit to Canna House is next on her list.
Kirstin is responsible for implementing all aspects of NTSUSA’s mission, from strategic partnerships and fundraising to Board development and grants management. Kirstin, who previously worked at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, and the Nantucket Historical Association, is a graduate of Smith College and holds an M.Sc. in historic preservation from the University of Pennsylvania. Her favorite National Trust for Scotland property is Hill House, and she can’t wait to visit St Kilda someday.
Emily coordinates the NTSUSA’s membership program and annual appeal and works closely with our events manager on A Celebration of Scotland’s Treasures. Prior to joining the Foundation, Emily was the registrar and special projects coordinator at a contemporary art gallery in Boston. Emily is a graduate of Eckerd College and holds an M.A. in Arts & Cultural Management from King’s College London. She is excited to visit the National Trust for Scotland’s Tenement House and Priorwood Garden on her next trip to Glasgow.
Michael works with the development team to manage databases and oversee NTSUSA’s public outreach initiatives. Michael has been a tour guide for museums around New England and was involved in several research projects in his undergraduate career, ranging in scope from archaeology to linguistics. Michael has a B.A. from Tufts University, where he majored in history and classical studies. He cannot wait to visit Drum castle and explore its fascinating library!