is a conservation architect and internationally recognized expert on heritage policy and practice. He has participated in conservation projects, teaching, and heritage planning in the Caribbean, Latin America, North America, and Asia. He presently serves as president of the International Council of Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS).
is an anthropologist and information architect, specializing in user-centered design. She has applied ethnographic methods to the assessment of community heritage values and the construction of web-based information systems within the cultural sector. She has also coordinated capacity building projects with academic institutions, non-profits, and small businesses.
is a historian and heritage interpretation specialist. He has published widely on archaeology and heritage for the general public and has developed interpretation plans for museums and heritage sites in Europe, China, and the Middle East. He is past president of the ICOMOS Committee on Heritage Interpretation and Presentation.