- Alison Dalgity, Manager
Alison Dalgity is manager of the Web and Digital Initiatives Department. She joined the GCI in 1995 after fifteen years in Europe working on development of diverse technological projects, ranging from mainframe programming and database development to early desktop publishing and multimedia design. At the GCI, she focuses on the development of new technologies for the conservation field. Past projects have included the development and publication of AATA Online and MEGA-Jordan. Current projects include managing the development and worldwide implementations of Arches, an open-source heritage inventory and information management platform. The first major implementation of Arches, HistoricPlacesLA, was launched in February 2015. Other current GCI projects include: DISCO and the upgrade of AATA Online.
- Annabel Lee Enriquez, Project Specialist
Annabel Lee Enriquez specializes in projects involving cultural heritage data management and technology and has been part of the Arches project since 2013, focusing on training, outreach, and data modeling and processing. She was responsible for the initial data migration effort behind the City of Los Angeles' implementation of Arches, HistoricPlacesLA, and is currently managing the data process for the DISCO project. Annabel received a BS in Urban and Regional Studies from Cornell University, and an MS in Geographic Information Science and Technology from the University of Southern California with graduate work in heritage conservation. Current projects: Arches, DISCO
- Nina Young, Senior Staff Assistant
Nina Young joined the GCI in 2022 to support the Digital Initiatives department. Her interest in digital conservation technologies drew her to assist with the department’s Arches project and DISCO project. Nina graduated from UCLA with BA in Sociology, Anthropology, and Film; after graduating, she continued to work at UCLA in social policy and healthcare research. Her previous cultural heritage and museum experience includes work at the Hammer Museum in Westwood and the Lancaster Museum of Art and History. Other areas of interest include symbolic anthropology and how health and medicine relate to heritage sites and cultural practices.