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Ewelina Oksiuta

Head of Office

Ewelina is Polish and has been living and studying in Poland, France, and Belgium. In 2014 she graduated with distinction as Master of European Studies specialized in History and Cultures of Europe at the Free University of Brussels. Prior to joining EHH, she was coordinating the members’ network and projects of the Liberation Route Europe, an association focusing on the remembrance tourism of the Second World War. Before that, she gained experience in communications, public relations, and event management first at the Polish Embassy, then at the Polish Tourism Organisation in Brussels.

Theodora-Cristina Canciu

EU Project Manager

Theodora has rejoined the team of the European Historic Houses Association in September 2021. She graduated with distinction from Lund University in Sweden, Master’s in European Studies at the end of May 2021. Theodora was an intern at EHH from September 2020-March 2021 and her interests and experience in EU-project coordination, culture, foreign languages, communications, and event management put her forward as a suitable Project Manager for our EU-funded projects.

Domizia del Gallo di Roccagiovine

Cultural and Political Communication Trainee

Domizia has started her curricular internship at the European Historic Houses Association in July 2021. She has a BA in Art History at the University of Sapienza, and she is currently finishing her MA in Arts Management and Administration at SDA Bocconi. To complement her studies, she worked at Corinth Consulting Ltd, an Art Consultancy that provides Global AML compliance and business services assisting Art Market Participants in accordance with their AML obligations. Before that, among her other experiences, she worked in the Presidential Palace of Italy, Palazzo del Quirinale.

Meetali Gupta

Cultural Heritage and Policy Trainee

Meetali has started her internship with European Historic Houses Association in September 2021. An Architect by profession, she is currently pursuing a master’s course from Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus-Senftenberg Germany. Having previously worked as a research associate with National Heritage consultants in India, her interest lies in Built Heritage and its relation to international policies.


Rodolphe de Looz-Corswarem

Honorary President

Alfonso Pallavicini

Executive President

An experienced businessman and passionate about built cultural heritage, Alfonso Pallavicini was elected as the president of the European Historic Houses Association in 2018. He is a true European: he was born in Italy into a Hungarian-Italian family, lived in Austria and France, and currently lives in Belgium with his family.

After a long career in Investment Banking, he left BNP Paribas as Head of Europe and then moved into private equity to Belgium and Luxembourg. He serves on several boards as non-executive director. Mr. Pallavicini does not only own a historic house, but also has helped in restructuring and reviewing different private heritage houses` business models.

Wenceslas de Lobkowicz


A senior expert of European decision-making, Wenceslas de Lobkowicz has been appointed as Vice-President of the European Historic Houses in 2018. He has served over thirty-eight years in the European Commission in several directorate generals and units.

Most lately, up until 2016, he worked in the Directorate General for Enlargement as Head of Unit of “Information and inter-institutional relations”. Currently, he is a lecturer of European Policy at the Sciences Po Paris and IEP of Lille. Mr de Lobkowicz has also great experience with historic houses, as he owns one in France.

William Cartwright-Hignett

Vice-President-Next-Gen coordinator

William Cartwright has started and managed a number of SMEs during his career. Following three years developing the UK NextGen programme for Historic Houses (UK), in 2013 William was charged by the European Historic Houses Association with developing a NextGen programme more widely across Europe.

Over the past five years, he has built a network of NextGen groups at national level, established key relationships with high-level advisors, and organised international conferences, sharing of best practice and innovation in the management of historic houses. William sits on the National Tax Committee for Historic Houses (UK) and is also a trustee of the British Pilgrimage Trust.