Meet the Team

Meet the Team


Executive Team

Anthony Scicluna was appointed as Vice-Chairman of Heritage Malta in 2014 and, in 2020, he was confirmed as Chairman of the Board.

Educated at St. Aloysuis College and the New Lyceum, Mr. Scicluna joined Bank of Valletta in 1984 and mainly held positions within the branch network, finance and internal audit. Between 2005 and 2013 he was responsible for the Bank’s Group Internal Audit function. Between 2013 and 202 he served as Chief Officer responsible for human resources, ethics and training. Mr. Scicluna retired from Bank of Valletta in December 2021.

During his career Mr. Scicluna sat in a number of boards, risk and audit committees.

Mr. Scicluna is a certified public accountant and holds a practicing certificate in auditing. He is a Fellow of the Malta Institute of Accountants, where he is also a member of the Institute’s Disciplinary Committee. He also holds an honours degree in Business Management from the University of Malta.

I am proud to lead Heritage Malta in such challenging yet interesting times. Together with the senior management team and all the hard working and passionate employees at Heritage Malta, I look forward to further consolidate Heritage Malta’s role as the national agency for museums, conservation practice and cultural heritage.

Gradually climbing up the ranks, moving through IT, finance, marketing and business development, Noel Zammit was appointed CEO of Heritage Malta in 2017.

Software engineering skills and national heritage are rarely uttered in the same sentence. However, as CEO for Malta’s national agency for museums, conservation practice and cultural heritage, Mr Zammit found himself relying on his extensive experience in the former to improve and promote the latter.

An alumnus from the London School of Economics, Mr Zammit’s professional career as software engineer began in Malta and continued in the United Kingdom, where he provided development solutions to multinationals, giving them a competitive edge in their respective sectors. Eventually, he returned to Malta, working within the Malta Centre for Restoration until it was ultimately absorbed by Heritage Malta.

“In my few years in this role, I have pooled my knowledge and experience, spanning over two decades, to lead a massive internal cultural shift within Heritage Malta, through careful restructuring, rebranding and strategic alignment. Heritage Malta clients and observers have surely noticed our focus on digitisation and market presence of our cultural heritage, not just as a way of remaining accessible through COVID-19 or to ensure long term sustainability but also as a way of preserving our heritage and living up to our motto: ensuring a future to our past.”


Team Members

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