James Hooper

Director-Global Heritage Fund UK at Global Heritage Fund

James Hooper

James Hooper

Director-Global Heritage Fund UK at Global Heritage Fund

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James Hooper founded the UK office of the Global Heritage Fund in 2007 and continues to serve as a UK Trustee. He is a qualified solicitor with experience in both transactional and contentious property and construction law. He is a member of the ICOMOS committee on legal, administrative and financial matters and a Trustee of the Prince’s School of Traditional Arts.

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Chief Executive Officer at Global Heritage Fund

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Senior Advisor, Conservation at Global Heritage Fund

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Member, Global Heritage Ambassadors at Global Heritage Fund

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Chairman at Thorne Diagnostics

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Former Executive Director at Global Heritage Fund

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Chief Operating Officer at Foxtons Group Plc

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Chief Executive Officer at California Historical Society

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Director at African World Heritage Fund

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Member, Board of Trustees at San Francisco Art Institute

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Environmental Safeguards Department at Inter-American Development Bank

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Director-Global Heritage Fund UK at Global Heritage Fund
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Director-Global Heritage Fund UK
Current

Global Heritage Fund (GHF) is a non-profit organization that operates internationally. Its mission statement says that it exists to protect and preserve significant and endangered cultural heritage sites in the developing world, through scientific excellence and community development. GHF specifically focuses its funding and conservation efforts on the developing world because of the scarce human and technical resources in those countries to protect their historical treasures, and for the economic promise heritage sites have as community-based, responsibly-managed tourist destinations. Founded in California in 2002, GHF has since invested over $25 million and secured $20 million in co-funding for 19 global heritage sites to ensure their sustainable preservation and responsible development. Its "Preservation by Design" model guides each selected heritage project through an integrated process of community-based planning, science, development and partnerships to enable long-term sustainable preservation and responsible development of global heritage sites.

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Member, Board of Trustees
Current

Global Heritage Fund UK shares the Global Heritage Fund mission to preserve and protect humankind’s most important archaeological and cultural heritage sites in developing countries. Through forming new alliances, establishing partnerships, and building a network of conservation and development leaders, Global Heritage Fund UK is providing our projects with new ideas, resources, and supporters that will exponentially benefit these sites and build momentum for our global campaign to save vanishing heritage sites in developing regions.

Member, Board of Trustees
Prior

Global Heritage Fund (GHF) is a non-profit organization that operates internationally. Its mission statement says that it exists to protect and preserve significant and endangered cultural heritage sites in the developing world, through scientific excellence and community development. GHF specifically focuses its funding and conservation efforts on the developing world because of the scarce human and technical resources in those countries to protect their historical treasures, and for the economic promise heritage sites have as community-based, responsibly-managed tourist destinations. Founded in California in 2002, GHF has since invested over $25 million and secured $20 million in co-funding for 19 global heritage sites to ensure their sustainable preservation and responsible development. Its "Preservation by Design" model guides each selected heritage project through an integrated process of community-based planning, science, development and partnerships to enable long-term sustainable preservation and responsible development of global heritage sites.

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