The Hon. Hannah Rothschild
Hannah Rothschild is a writer, filmmaker, company director and philanthropist. She serves on boards of a PLC, an Asset Management company and also on charitable trusts and museums.
After Oxford University she worked at the BBC directing feature documentaries as well as writing for newspapers (Times, NYT, Guardian, etc.) and magazines (Vogue, Bazaar, etc). Her original screenplays were optioned by Ridley Scott and Working Title. She is currently co-producing a feature film and a television series.
Her biography ‘The Baroness’ was published by Knopf and Virago in 2012′. Her novel ‘The Improbability of Love’ (2015, Knopf and Bloomsbury) won the PG Wodehouse prize for best comic novel and was runner up for the Bailey’s prize in 2015. Her latest novel ‘The House of Trelawney’ will be published on both sides of the Atlantic in early 2020.
In 2015, she became the first woman to chair the National Gallery. In 2018 she was awarded the CBE for services to the Arts and Philanthropy.
She lives in London.