Margaret Greeves, elected Fellow in 2007, served as a Tutor 2011-2013, and is an active member of the Wolfson Fine Arts, Personnel and Development Committees. She is a freelance consultant to museums and serves on the Boards of the National Horseracing Museum, Newmarket, and the Collections Trust based at the Natural History Museum, London.
She is an art historian who has worked as a museum professional and trainer in Scotland and South East England before joining the staff of the Fitzwilliam Museum in 1995. Until 2008 she was Assistant Director there, responsible for operations, administration and public services. She continued in a part-time capacity until July 2011 leading the Fitzwilliam and the museums of the University of Cambridge in the East of England Renaissance Museums Hub funded by the Museums, Libraries and Archives Council. She has worked with Chinese Museums since 2006 and was appointed Adjunct Professor of Shanghai Jiatong University Overseas Education College in 2012.
Margaret is a graduate of Trinity College, Dublin and the Courtauld Institute, University of London, and taught art history, specialising in Raphael and the Italian Renaissance, before working in the museum field. She is enthusiastic about the educational and inspirational potential of material culture.