The management of the RSAI is entrusted to the Council. This consists of the President, four vice presidents who represent each province of Ireland, the honorary general secretaries, honorary treasurer, honorary editor and twelve fellows or members.
The 2021 Council is as follows:
Dr Kelly Fitzgerald
Leinster: Dr Ann Lynch
Munster: Dr Tracey Collins
Ulster: Prof. Marie Therese Flanagan
Connacht: Mr Joseph Fenwick
Joint Honorary General Secretaries
Ms Elizabeth Allman and Ms Philippa Barry
Dr Brian Dornan
Dr Niall Brady
Members of Council
Ms Aideen Ireland
Mr Conleth Manning
Ms Niamh McCabe
Dr Rachel Moss
Dr Lynda Mulvin
Ms Eleanor Neill
Mr Tim O’Neill
Dr Patrick Salmon
Dr Paul Smith
Dr Colleen Thomas
The RSAI is managed by:
Higher Executive Officer
Ms. Marysia Wieckiewicz-Carroll
Librarian and Administrative Assistant
Ms. Sarah Connaghan
The Charitable purpose of the RSAI is the advancement of education, which the Society carries out through an annual programme of lectures, talks, excursions and outings, publishing an annual academic journal and by providing access to the Society’s extensive research resources.
The Society also provides training opportunities for recently qualified librarians and archivists who volunteer to be part of the locloud digitisation project.
The Statutes and Bye-laws of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland can be accessed here
The Accounts of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland are audited each year by independent Auditors. Our current Auditors are Fitzgerald & Associates, Certified Public Accountants, Statutory Auditors, 6 Sullivan’s Quay, Cork. Latest financial statement can be found here.