Alison Heritage is a heritage scientist and a wall paintings conservator, working at ICCROM since 2011. In her current role she acts as a focal point for research at ICCROM, responsible for coordinating horizon scanning of the cultural heritage sector and beyond, and programme outcome monitoring and evaluation. In addition, she works to promote collaborative practices in heritage science to enhance its relevance and impact for conservation. Current research interests also focus on the role of heritage within sustainable development, and its contribution to wellbeing.
Project Manager, Strategic Planning and Research, International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property (ICCROM), Rome