Museum London is governed by a Board of Directors elected from the general membership along with appointments from various stakeholder groups including the City of London, the London Public Library, and the Canadian Artists' Representation organization. It meets ten times a year.

Museum London Operating Board of Directors

Debra Majer, CHAIR
Anna Hendrikx, VICE-CHAIR
Paul van der Werf, PAST-CHAIR
Heather Carey , SECRETARY
Ryan Bennett , TREASURER
Ken Andrews
Tracy Dobbin
Titus Ferguson
Tristan Joseph
Ann Kirby
Linda O’Connor
Sarah Padfield
Elizabeth Peloza, City Councillor
James Shelley
Robert van der Westen

Museum London Foundation Board of Directors

The Museum London Foundation was established in 2004 to raise and maintain funds to support Museum London.

Hakan Karatas
Wanda Latuszak
Jeff Sage
Lee Smithson

Management Team

Executive Director Brian Meehan

Brian Meehan is Executive Director and Chief Curator of Museum London in London, Ontario. Prior to this posting in 2000, he was Director of the Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery in Owen Sound, Ontario. Raised in Calgary, Alberta, Brian attended the Alberta College of Art before receiving Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design. He also attended Concordia University in Montreal where he did postgraduate work in Communication Studies. Brian has been Chair of the Canadian Art Museum Directors Organization, the Ontario Association of Art Galleries, and the Pillar Non-Profit Network.

Senior Team
Cydna Mercer, Head of Administration

Andrew Kear, Head of Collections, Exhibitions, and Programs
Andrew Kear joins Museum London from the Winnipeg Art Gallery, where he was the Head of Collections and Exhibitions and Curator of Canadian Art. He began his career at the Tom Thomson Art Gallery in 2007 as Registrar and Assistant Curator. Andrew has curated over 25 exhibitions, with a focus on historical Canadian art, although he has also mounted shows of contemporary and international art. He has delivered papers at numerous academic conferences, written for a number of art publications including Canadian Art, Border Crossings, and Sculpture, and has taught Canadian art at the University of Winnipeg since 2010. Andrew holds a BFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, and Masters degrees in philosophy and Canadian art history from the University of Toronto and Carleton University

Barbara Jessop, Director of Finance