ICA Leadership 2021-2022

The ICA leadership is committed to making the ICA Vision a reality. Many nations and professional associations in the world are supporting the ICA through the involvement of their countrymen and representatives in the leadership of ICA.


David Fricker

David Fricker is a former Director-General of National Archives of Australia, serving from 2012 to 2021. David’s career has included positions within the Australian public and private sectors as well as consultancy roles. He has managed major projects in the fields of national security, border management, business process improvement, systems architecture and digital records management.

David is currently the President of the International Council on Archives and a Vice-Chair of the UNESCO Memory of the World International Advisory Committee. He is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a Professional Member of the Australian Society of Archivists.

David Fricker received the award of Chevalier in the Order of Arts and Letters in France on 26 April 2016


Vice-President Finance

Henri Zuber

Deputy director of the Service historique de la Défense, France. He was Vice-President Programme in 2012, and re-elected for a four-year term. In September 2015, following Andreas Kellerhals resignation from the position of Vice-President Finance, Henri Zuber stepped in as acting Vice-President Finance. He was confirmed in this position by the General Assembly held in Seoul on Thursday 8th September 2016. He has been re-appointed Vice-President Finance in an uncontested election in 2018.


Vice-President Programme

Meg Phillips

External Affairs Liaison at the U.S. National Archives and Records Administration. Phillips was confirmed as Vice-President Programme by the ICA General Assembly held on 20th October 2021.

Phillips's goal in this post is to make PCOM and ICA’s professional programme more transparent, democratic, diverse, and responsive to the needs of ICA members. She is also committed to collaborative work on PCOM, continuing current efforts to encourage discussion, cooperative planning, and active participation within the group. Phillips admires ICA's diverse, global community of impressive energy and expertise in archives. She believes PCOM must reflect that diversity and expertise, and must use it fully for the benefit of all ICA members.

For more information about her nomination and details of her twenty years of professional experience in archives and records management, you could visit the following link