Douglas C. Comer is Principal, Cultural Site Research and Management, Inc. (CSRM) (www.culturalsite.com). CSRM operates in the United States, Europe, the Middle East, Southeast Asia, Africa, South America, and Central America. Dr. Comer is President of ICAHM and the United StateNational Committee forICOMOS (US/ICOMOS) Dr. Comer specializes in planning for the management and interpretation of archaeological sites and landscapes, and in the use of aerial and satellite remote sensing for archaeological research and resource protection. He is a recipient of NSF, SERDP, NCPTT, NASA, ESRI, Kaplan Fund, GeoEye, and other grants, and has published extensively on cultural resource management and the use technology in archaeology.Dr. Comer has served as the Chief of the U.S. National Park Service Applied Archaeology Center, a Fulbright Scholar in Cultural Resource Management, Chair of the Maryland Governors Advisory Committee on Archaeology, a Research Fellow at the Southeast Asian Center for Archaeology and the Fine Arts (SPAFA) in Bangkok and the American Center for Oriental Research (ACOR) in Amman, Chair of the Nominating Committee for the Register of Professional Archaeologists (RPA), and a Trustee for the United States Committee for the International Council of Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS). Annemarie Willems is the executive director for Friends of ICAHM, an organisation that has been created to support the mission of ICAHM through the dissemination of information concerning world heritage. Since 2016 Annemarie Willems has her own consultancy practice in heritage management, AW Heritage Consultancy. Annemarie Willems holds a MA in Cultural Heritage from the University of Utrecht, The Netherlands. Upon obtaining her Master's degree in 2007 Annemarie became active at the Centre for International Heritage Activities (CIE) in Amsterdam (currently in Leiden), The Netherlands, as 'Project Officer in Cultural Heritage'. From 2011 until 2015 she lived in Switzerland where she was responsible for international projects at a private company called ArchaeoConcept in Biel that specializes in (archaeological) heritage management. Currently she is still connected to ArchaeoConcept as external expert. She is co-founder and former president of the association ArchaeoTourism2012 which has the main objective to organize conferences and workshops on themes related to archaeology and tourism. Annemarie co-edited the publications that resulted from the two conferences that were organized in 2012 and 2014. In 2015 she published an article in 'Fernweh' titled Solving the Puzzle - the characteristics of archaeological tourism.