- Involved with the Army Museum Tasmania since 1984.
- He is an approved valuer for the Commonwealth Cultural Gifts Program and in that capacity provided advice to major Australian Collecting institutions as well as many small museums
- Co author of a number of publications including Barrack Hill a History of Anglesea Barracks 1811- 2011, and contributor to other historical journals
- Wing Commander Robert W. Grey, RAAF, (Retired)
- 39 years service in the ADF (mostly as a pilot, flying instructor and examiner)
- Master of Defence Studies (UNSW)
- Company Director (former member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors)
- Justice of the Peace (Tasmania)
- Commercial Pilot and Instructor Licences
- Board member Royal Flying Doctor Service, Tasmania (16 years)
- Hobart Legacy (18 years)
- Member of Rotary International (Bellerive Club) (15 years)
- Member of the Royal United Services Institute (18 Years).
- Non-executive membership of the RSL and RAAFA but perhaps irrelevant here.
- Involved with the management of the Museum since February 1997 and a member of the Board of the MHFT since its inception. Chairman for the 11 years
Michael Leslie Howarth
- Director and Secretary of the Military Heritage Foundation of Tasmania (Military Museum) for a number of years;
- Tasmanian Division Australian Red Cross (ARC) Board member (8 years) and Chairman (4 years);
- Member of ARC National Governance and IHL Committees (4 years)
- Member and past Chairman of Tasmanian IHL Committee (10 years)
- Commissioned Army Reserve in 1979, current rank LTCOL and posted as Chief Legal Officer, Tasmania;
- In 2007 deployed to Timor Leste as the legal officer to the joint task force and in 2009 deployed to Afghanistan as Enquiry Officer;
- Civilian appointment is Corporate Solicitor for Hydro Tasmania;
- Member of the Royal United Services Institute (S’thn Tas);
- Deputy President and Public Officer of Naval Military and Air force Club of Tasmania;
- Life member of the Derwent Hockey Club;
- Volunteer at the Museum since 2012. Initially as a consultant to the library staff for the selection and implementation of an automated library management system to catalogue the Museum’s print, photograph, medal and map collections and make the information available to the public through the web site.
- Since the implementation Chris has continued as a library staff member and has also taken on the overall supervision of the computer equipment and facilities of the Museum.
- Chris is a retired librarian with experience in a wide range of libraries including TAFE, University, Public and Special Libraries.
- Retired as Senior Librarian in the Systems section of the State Library where she was responsible for the day to day management of the section and of software implementation across the Tasmanian public, school, college and TAFE library networks.
- Architect and project manager with experience in the conservation of heritage buildings and places.
- Managed the heritage conservation of Anglesea Barracks for Department of Defence over several years, including the preparation of conservation management plans, the repair and conservation of buildings dating from 1811 (including the Military Gaol, currently the Military Museum), the conservation of historic ordnance and the introduction of a self-guided interpretive trail explaining the history of the Barracks.
- Currently engaged by the University of Tasmania as Senior Manager, Design and Development.