ECHO Trustees


The ECHO Board is comprised of the Board of Trustees, the Board of Associate Trustees and the soon to be incorporated Board of Advisors. The personnel on the ECHO Board range from physical anthropologists, archaeologists, and cultural heritage managers, to designers, lawyers, bankers, and IT technicians, with Professor Fekri A. Hassan, Emeritus Professor of Archaeology, UCL, as its Honorary President. These various people bring a combination of archaeological, artistic, administrative and business skills to the company. They have given their time freely for the cause, making sure all the legal arrangements and other areas of operation are in place.

Board of Trustees

Emma Smith
Administrative Director

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Janet Johnstone
Membership Secretary

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Teri Tucker
American Co-ordinator

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Amanda Crane
Company Secretary

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The concept, launch and functioning of ECHO would be possible without the help and kindness of many people and their specialist skills, and the Board of Trustees wish to express their deepest gratitude to all the Associate Trustees and other people that have been essential in the founding and functioning of ECHO, especially:

Associate Board members

Jim Mower
Publications Director

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Bram Calcoen

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Paul Thomas

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Jeff Collins

Jeff Collins
Marc Hauer
Company Lawyer

Marc Hauer
Dr Niall Finneran

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Kelly Krauss

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The board of Trustees would also like to express their thanks to all the other interlocutors that have made this organisation viable, and apologise for not individually naming all those responsible. The Board of ECHO would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to this most exciting adventure in Egyptian archaeology.


Current Affairs


There has been and continues to be illegal encroachment on the UNESCO World Heritage Listed site of Dahshur. The Trustees of ECHO are supporting this petition to try and stop this illegal building activity and so can you, please sign the petition

The ECHO trustees are pleased to announce that ECHO is now a registered charity (number 1142484) this will enable ECHO to continue and develop into the future.

ECHO is now on Facebook

ECHO article detailing the endangered sites in the Faiyum is now available to download as a PDF

Protection of Cultural Heritage in Revolutionary Times: The International Workshop on Prevention of Destruction, Looting and Theft of Cultural Heritage. Cairo, September 2012.
Call for Papers

New Nubian Dams are planned by the Sudanese Government, none of which have the consent of the local population who will be the ones most affected.
Sign the petition to stop the building of these dams

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