Anne Beckwith-Smith LVO retired at the end of 2014 from Tate having worked as Head of Campaigns in the Development Office since 1991, with particular responsibility for Tate’s capital campaigns. After the opening of Tate Modern in May 2000, Anne undertook a part-time joint honours BA degree in History and History of Art at University College London. Prior to joining Tate, Anne was Assistant Private Secretary and Lady in Waiting to Diana, Princess of Wales from 1981-1990, but continuing in a part-time capacity until August 1997. She has also worked at Arts Council England (Exhibitions Department) and Sotheby’s (British Paintings Department). Anne is a Trustee of Salisbury Museum, City & Guilds of London Art School and is Chair of the Roche Court Educational Trust, as well as a member of the Advisory Board of the Royal Society of Portrait Painters.