As PUP grows and diversifies, it has been recruiting new advisors (and directors). Recently it has added three people in order of their prior experience with PUP.
Dr. Pham Thi Duyen Anh - Viet Nam
Anh has twenty years’ experience in international development, working with international and Vietnamese NGOs including the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, Save the Children, SNV Netherlands Development Organisation, and Centre for Social Research and Development. She has designed and managed development programs to promote community development, disaster preparedness, climate resilience, collaborative natural resource management, and sustainable tourism. Anh has strong interest in promoting sustainable tourism as a tool for local development, especially in heritage sites. She was a national facilitator for a UNESCO’s initiative on Public Use Planning in World Heritage Sites and Biosphere Reserve in Vietnam in 2011 with the Public Use Planning Program that later became the PUP Consortium. Anh completed her PhD in Tourism Management at the University of Queensland, Australia in 2018. She advises international development programs funded by ADB, EU, AusAID.
STACIE NICOLE SMITH
Stacie, American, is a Managing Director at the Consensus Building Institute, where she has over 20 years of experience as a mediator, facilitator, coach, trainer, and researcher on a broad range of public issues in the U.S. and internationally. She is also a founding partner of PUP. Stacie’s work includes assessment, facilitation, and mediation of multi-sector community and national stakeholder dialogues, disputes, and collaborations; training and curriculum design for international, national, and local government entities, NGOs, and schools; and research and writing on collaboration on public policy issues. She specializes in facilitating in highly complex and contentious multi-party contexts around substantively challenging technical issues, where identities, values, and interests intertwine. She brings substantive expertise in education, natural resources and environment issues (land use, water, energy), hazard mitigation and recovery, historic and cultural resources, and tribal and indigenous peoples.
Sue, Australian, is a public historian from Melbourne, Australia, with extensive experience in the fields of history, heritage interpretation, sustainable tourism, capacity building, placemaking and museum and exhibition development. She is currently President of the ICOMOS International Scientific Committee on the Interpretation and Presentation of Cultural Heritage Sites (ICIP), a member of the ICOMOS Advisory Committee and an international expert member of the Foundazione Romualdo Del Bianco. Sue was an invited expert speaker at the 40th and 41st Sessions of the World Heritage Committee, President of Interpretation Australia from 2010 to 2013, and an executive committee member of Australia ICOMOS from 2012-2015. Her business, SHP, operates in Australia and internationally.They join our other advisors: Duane Fast, Sam Ham, Steve McCool, and Alison Ormsby.