Janice Kamrin is an associate curator at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, where she has been since 2010. One of her primary responsibilities is to oversee the Egyptian Art department’s work in the Museum’s database; she is also part of a project to digitize, process, and prepare for eventual on-line publication the work of The Met’s early 20th century Egyptian Expedition to Thebes. She is currently part of the Joint Expedition to Malqata, the Festival Palace of Amenhotep III on the West Bank of Luxor. Prior to her work at The Met, she served as project director for a cluster of ARCE-sponsored projects at the Egyptian Museum, Cairo. These included the Egyptian Museum Registrar Training and Database projects, which oversaw the creation of a new database for the Egyptian Museum and the intensive training of young Egyptians to serve as registrars and documentation specialists.