The National Trust for Scotland Foundation USA, Inc. was incorporated as a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporation under the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on March 30, 2000. We are a publicly supported charity governed by a Board of Trustees, whose goals are implemented by paid staff, with ancillary support from volunteers and interns. Federal Employer ID No. 04-3511088.
Kirstin is responsible for securing support for the Trust from individual, corporate, and foundation donors in the US. Kirstin, who previously worked at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA), and the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, is a graduate of Smith College and holds an M.Sc. in historic preservation from the University of Pennsylvania.
Lisa oversees the development operations of the Foundation including the management of the membership program as well as general donations, media/marketing, and programming partnerships. Lisa holds a B.A. in Art History from the University of Texas at Arlington.
Heather is responsible for general operations and may be contacted with questions about what the Foundation can offer to members and donors or any other general inquires. She holds a B.A. in Studio Art and Art History from Clark University and is currently working towards an A.L.M. in Museum Studies at the Harvard University Extension School.
Heather is our marketing and communications intern from the Saltire Foundation. She is currently studying English Literature and Philosophy at the University of St Andrews. Heather has also previously interned with Think Publishing, where she worked on the ‘Scotland in Trust’ magazine, and after graduation she hopes to continue working in the field of historic preservation.
Each summer NTSUSA hosts an intern from the Saltire Foundation, the charitable arm through which Entrepreneurial Scotland raises funds to develop the next generation of entrepreneurial leaders.
We are honored to work with UK based photographer David Ross as the official photographer of the NTSUSA. David manages Britain Express, a go-to website for UK history and travel recommendations. In his travels, he has photographed across Scotland including dozens of NTS properties.