Maria Teresa Iaquinta
Maria Teresa Iaquinta, architect, currently a member of the staff of the Office of the Director General of ICCROM, (http://www.iccrom.org/) as a Liaison Officer with Italy, role assumed since 1992, when she was nominated Assistant Director General for relations with Italian institutions. From 1992 to 2003, at the operational level, he managed the ICCROM programs in the countries of the Mediterranean region, including the Cours du Patrimoine du Maghreb, under the NAMEC program (support program for the conservation of historic cities in North Africa and the Near and Middle East – 1992-2001). She coordinated the study of the relocation scenarios of Axum Stele (1997-2001) in the original site in Ethiopia and participated in the drafting of the competition for the international architecture competition for the New Egyptian Museum of Gizah (1998-2001).
She began his experience in the field of cultural heritage conservation in the National Archaeological Museum of Chieti, Italy. Since 1987, she attended various ICCROM international training courses. In the same period (1988-1991), she joined the ICCROM “Science and Conservation” program team as coordinator of the educational conservation laboratory and assistant of the course “Scientific conservation principles”. In 1991, she moved on to the architecture conservation program as a coordinator of training initiatives in developing countries, in the context of collaboration with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Directorate-General for Development Cooperation.
She gave conferences and courses in various universities, both Italian and foreign. Architect qualified to the profession, he is a member of the Italian Professional Association of Architects, Designers, Landscape Architects and Conservators (CNAPPC) since 1997, and since 1992 she is a member of the Italian Committee of ICOMOS (International Council for Museums and Sites) and Delegate for Italy at ICOMOS International Scientific Committee for Conservation Education (ICOMOS-CIF).