Acting Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the NFSA
Nancy Eyers is Acting CEO at the National Film and Sound Archive.
Nancy has over 20 years' experience working in Executive, Finance, Change and Risk Management positions, operating at Director level for 12 years.
Nancy’s experience spans a number of different industries, geographies and skill sets. During her most recent roles, which include the Chief Operating Officer and Chief of Staff role at the NFSA, leading the Business Improvement Functions at the NFSA and the Australian National University and working with PricewaterhouseCoopers Consulting, Nancy has focused on organisation transformation (cultural change and restructure).
Her passion is for people; to lead them effectively through organisational restructures and transformational change programs.
Head of Collection
Jacqui is responsible for the ongoing development, preservation and sharing of our collection. She first joined the NFSA in 2015, occupying senior management and executive roles. Most recently, she was Director of Visual Arts and Design in the Australian Government Office for the Arts, and returned to the NFSA in 2020.
Jacqui first started in the Australian Public Service in 2001, having previously worked as an academic researcher. She has spent most of her career in the Australian Government arts portfolio working on major policy initiatives and reforms such as the 2013 National Cultural Policy, the 2011 Review of the Australia Council and the 2010 Review of Private Sector Support for the Arts.
Jacqui has a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Arts. She is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and alumni of the Australia Council’s Arts Leadership Program.
Chief Engagement Officer
Matt Ravier heads the Engagement branch of the NFSA which promotes audience engagement with the collection through exhibitions, education, public programs, digital publishing, marketing and communications.
Prior to the NFSA Matt was head of programs at the Australian Museum and director of non-profit arts organisation The Festivalists for 11 years. Before moving to Australia, Matt studied in France, the US and Canada, and worked in Hong Kong, Japan and England. He holds a Masters in Management from EM Lyon Business School and an MBA from Schulich School of Business.
His favourite collection item is Creusot’s Metallurgy, photochemically restored from nitrate film in the Corrick Collection, and now digitally restored for future generations. Not only does it give rare insights into the hellish working conditions of French metal workers in 1905, its red tint, modern intertitles and abstracted images lend the film a timeless feel, at once historical, experimental and political.
Acting Chief Operating Officer