Dr Anthony Wallersteiner
Anthony Wallersteiner was a History Scholar at Trinity College Cambridge and completed his Doctorate in Art History and Theory at the University of Kent. He was shortlisted for the Daily Telegraph and Spectator Young Journalist of the Year Competition for a report on dissident writers in Eastern Europe. Anthony taught at Sherborne, St Paul’s and Tonbridge. In 2003 Anthony was appointed Head of Stowe and won the title of Tatler Headmaster of the Year in 2006 (Stowe has twice been shortlisted School of the Year). Anthony has written articles for newspapers and magazines such as The Times, The Telegraph, Burlington Magazine, School House, Country Life and Tatler and contributed chapters to a number of books including The Head Speaks and Stowe House: Saving an Architectural Masterpiece. Trusteeships have included governing at Maidwell, Winchester House and Summer Fields, membership of the Council of Tate St Ives, Children in Crisis (Chair) and, from March 2018, Co-Chair of Street Child. In January 2021 Anthony became Executive Head of The Stowe Group which includes Stowe, Winchester House and Swanbourne House.