Erin Linn

Integrated Heritage Project

Erin is the Founder and Director of the Integrated Heritage Project, a nonprofit ngo that seeks to preserve, protect, and promote endangered heritage sites in developing economies while strengthening local communities. A trained archaeologist and heritage professional, Erin has extensive experience working on commercial and academic archaeological and heritage management projects in seven countries. In 2015 She has worked for the Museum of London Archaeology, Heritage Watch International in Cambodia, the Earthwatch Institute, and the Centre for Heritage & Society at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

As the Project Development Officer for Heritage Watch in Cambodia, Erin oversaw the creation and implementation of a heritage protection and education program at the site of Banteay Chhmar, and contributed to the development of a national heritage protection campaign in collaboration with the Cambodian government and UNESCO.

Erin holds an MA in Archaeology from the Institute of Archaeology, University College London and an MA in Cultural Heritage from Deakin University, Australia. Erin is currently employed as the Communications Officer for the Center for African Studies at Harvard University.