Board of Governors

The Paul Mellon Centre operates under the aegis of Yale University. Four members of Yale University's executive management comprise the Trustees of the Centre, and have legal responsibility for its operations. Susan Gibbons, Vice Provost for Collections and Scholarly Communication, is ex-officio Chief Executive of the Paul Mellon Centre.

The Board of Governors currently consists of:

Peter Salovey, President, Yale University

Scott Strobel, Provost and Henry Ford II Professor of Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry and Professor of Chemistry; Howard Hughes Medical Institute Professor, Yale University

Susan Gibbons, Chief of Staff to the President, and Vice Provost for Collections and Scholarly Communication, Yale University

Stephen Murphy, Vice President of Finance and Chief Financial Officer, Yale University

Advisory Council

A group of distinguished representatives meet twice a year to consider applications for financial support offered by the Paul Mellon Centre’s Fellowships and Grants Programme. The Centre's council currently consists of:

Jo Applin, Courtauld Institute of Art

Tarnya Cooper, National Trust

Elena Crippa, Tate Britain

Caroline Dakers, University of Arts London

David Dibosa, Chelsea College of Art

John Goodall, Country Life

Julian Luxford, University of St Andrews

Lynda Nead, Birkbeck, University of London

Dorothy Price, Courtauld Institute of Art

Christine Riding, National Gallery

Mark Sealy, Autograph ABP

Nicholas Tromans, independent art historian

Publications Committee

A group of distinguished scholars and publishers meet twice a year to consider proposals for Paul Mellon Centre publications. The Centre's Publications Committee currently consists of:

Paul Binski, University of Cambridge

Mark Eastment, Yale University Press

Saloni Mathur, University of California, Los Angeles

John Nicoll, publisher

Elizabeth Prettejohn, University of York

Christine Stevenson, Courtauld Institute of Art

Lisa Tickner, Courtauld Institute of Art

Carol Tulloch, University of the Arts London