Project Partners & Team Members

Project Partners

Iraq State Board of Antiquities and Heritage (SBAH)
The Getty Conservation Institute (GCI)
World Monuments Fund (WMF)

Project Team Members

Susan Macdonald, Head, Field Projects, project co-manager
Alison Dalgity, Senior Project Manager
David Myers, Senior Project Specialist
Micaela Shea, Senior Project Coordinator
Neville Agnew (2004–2009)
Joyce Azzam, intern (2011–2012)
Rand Eppich, Senior Project Manager (2004–2006)
Mary Hardy, Senior Project Specialist (2004–2007)
Mona Hess, intern (2006–2007)
Kathleen Louw, Senior Project Coordinator (2004–2007, 2009)
Trinidad Rico, intern (2005–2006)
Azadeh Vafadari, intern (2008–2009); consultant (2009-2010)
Elise Yakuboff, Senior Project Coordinator (2007–2008)

Lisa Ackerman, Executive Vice-President and Chief Operating Officer, project co-manager
Jeff Allen, consultant
Gaetamo Palumbo, Program Director
Alessandra Peruzzetto, consultant

Rami Daher, training (2005)
Francis Deblauwe, news/media information (2004–2006)
Sami El-Masri, training (2005)
Farallon Geographics, Inc., GIS system development (2007–present)
David Gimbel, research assistance (2004–2005)
Ihsan Fethi, training, translation (2005–2007)
Usam Ghaidan, training, research, translation (2004–2005)
Mario Santana Quintero, training (2004, 2005, 2008)
Stephen Savage, database development and training (2004–2006)
Gouhar Shemdin, training, translation (2004, 2005)
Elizabeth Stone, State University of New York–Stony Brook, training (2006)

Other Institutional Support

UNESCO: funding for training and equipment (2004, 2005)

UNESCO World Heritage Centre: training (2005)

Jordanian Department of Antiquities: hosting and supporting coordination of activities in Jordan, training support and participation (ongoing)

American Center of Oriental Research: hosting and coordinating activities in Jordan (ongoing)

Annenberg Foundation: funding general initiative activities (2006)

English Heritage: training (2004, 2005, 2008)

J.M. Kaplan Fund: funding general initiative activities (2004–2007)

U.S. National Endowment for the Humanities: funding database development (2004–2005)

US National Park Service: training (2004)

Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc.: software donations (2004)

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