Sally El Sabbahy works in ARCE’s Cultural Heritage Projects Department. Prior to this she was part of ARCE’s communications team and served as the Editor-in-Chief of ARCE’s membership magazine, Scribe. She completed her MSc in Sustainable Heritage from University College London (UCL), where her thesis focused on the relationship between the community of Nazlet El Samman and the Giza Plateau and its implications for the site’s management. She is a primary author of the Pyramids of Giza Strategic Management Plan that was commissioned by the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities in 2018. Before joining ARCE, Sally worked as a private consultant on heritage development projects and management policies in the United Kingdom, Malta, and Egypt.
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