The governing bodies of the Angelini Foundation are the Administrative Council and the Scientific Council. The Scientific Council proposes the annual projects of the Foundation while the Administrative one has the purpose to realize the projects, looking for the funds necessary for them and managing all the aspects of the Foundation life.

The Administrative Council is composed by the following members:

  • The Mayor of the City of Belluno, President of the Foundation : Jacopo Massaro
  • The delegated of the Rector of the University of Padua, vice-rector: Giancarlo Dalla Fontana
  • Two members representing the Angelini family: Anna Angelini (delegated to the Foundation library), Ester Cason Angelini (managing director of the Foundation)
  • A member representing the Italian Alpine Club sections of the province of Belluno: Alessandro Farinazzo
  • A member representing the municipalities of Zoldo Valley: Camillo De Pellegrin
  • The president of the Association Friends of the Angelini Foundation (participant Institution): Gabriele Arrigoni
  • The president of the “Consorzio Bim Piave” of Belluno (participant Institution): Umberto Soccal

The Scientific Council is composed by the following members:

  • Prof. Giancarlo Dalla Fontana, delegated by the Rector Giuseppe Zaccaria
  • Prof. Giuseppe Stellin (Real Estate Appraisal and Economy at the University of Padua)
  • Prof. Giovan Battista Pellegrini (Geomorphology at the University of Padua, now retired)
  • Prof. Luigi D’Alpaos (em.to of Hydraulics at the University of Padua)
  • Prof. Giovanni Leonardi (em.to of Archaeology, at the University of Padua)
  • Prof. Davide Pettenella (Forest Appraisal and Economy at the University of Padua)
  • Prof. Paolo Mietto (Geology – Palaeontology at the University of Padua)
  • Prof.  Maria Teresa Vigolo (Linguistics at the University of Padua)

Next to them there are three other well-known Professors in the fields of Alpine studies, which come from other Universities:

  • Prof. Anna Mara Spiazzi (HystorY of Arts at the University of Venice)
  • Prof. Ernst Steinicke (Geography at the University of Innsbruck)
  • Prof. Johannes Kramer (Romanistik, at the University of Trier)