The Board of Directors

Stefano Bertuzzi

Stefano Bertuzzi is an architect specialised in urban and environmental redevelopment projects.

A former town council member in Grottaferrata, president of the Commerce Commission, council member for the Environment at the Castelli Romani Regional Park and member of the Board of Directors of the then Local Health Unit, he is currently president of the Latin Archaeological Group: in this capacity he dedicates himself to the development of tourism and of the rural economy of the Castelli Romani and Monti Prenestini, including the Temple of Diana in Nemi. 

A scholar of Risorgimento numismatics, he is a member of the Board of the Italian Academy of Numismatic Studies and of the Central Board of Directors of the "Giuseppe Garibaldi" International Institute of Studies. 

Mariastella Margozzi

Maria Stella Margozzi is the art history director of the Ministry of Culture. 
She is a scholar of twentieth century art and has written and curated exhibitions on Futurism, Metaphysics, Twentieth Century, Abstract Art and Realism and on the neo-avant-gardes of the 1960s. She entered the Ministry in 1988 as a civil servant and served at the Royal Palace of Caserta and then at the National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art in Rome, where among other things she directed the Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum for Decorative Arts, Costume and Fashion. 
Having become a manager in 2018, first she was appointed director of the Puglia museum centre, dealing, among other things, with the Archaeological Museum of Canosa di Puglia, Castel Del Monte, the Roman Amphitheatre of Lecce and the Castles of Bari and Trani and then, in November 2020, with the Directorate of State Museums of the city of Rome. 

Alfredo Moliterni

Alfredo Moliterni is a researcher in administrative law at the Sapienza University of Rome and a Junior Research Fellow of the Higher School of Advanced Studies of the same University. 
A former legal advisor to the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities, he is currently a member of the Technical Unit for the coordination of economic policy of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers as a legal expert. 
He has numerous contributions to his credit, including a monograph entitled "Consensual administration and private law" and is the editor of the volume "Cultural heritage and private subjects". Critical issues and perspectives of the public-private relationship".  

Massimo Pistacchi

Massimo Pistacchi, former library manager for the Ministry of Culture, is an expert in the protection and enhancement of sound and audiovisual assets. 

A founding member of the Cooperativa Intervento Beni Culturali operating in Venice since 1978, he first worked at the Library of the Civic Museum of Bassano del Grappa, then joined the Ministry of Culture at the Victor Emmanuel II National Central Library in Rome. 

Having become a manager in 1998, for fifteen years (2004-2019) he held the position of Director of the Italian State Record Library - Audiovisual Museum of Rome, currently the Institute for Sound and Audiovisual Heritage, starting numerous projects, including that of the portal of the Italian Song.