Charlotte Jordan Charlotte joined the EES as Engagement Manager in May 2021. Her primary duties include membership administration, events organisation, running social media platforms, website content management, general correspondence, and supporting EES fundraising. Additionally, she is the Egyptian Archaeology magazine Editor and liaises with authors, advertisers, printers, distributors, and the editorial Advisory Board. Charlotte is a firm believer that personable experiences of cultural heritage can unlock a lifelong enthusiasm in people, especially for the exciting field of Egyptology! Charlotte studied an Egyptology BA and MA at the University of Liverpool, graduating with her Master’s degree in December 2018. Her research focused upon Middle Kingdom Administration, Economy and Regionalism, and utilising GIS to understand past motivations of elite tomb construction. During her MA studies, she found her passion for public engagement, which she developed further whilst President of the Society of Archaeology, Classics and Egyptology (SACE). Previously, Charlotte has participated in several EES-led courses, including the annual Egyptian Archaeology Skills School. Since then, she has been inspired by the EES mission to promote Egyptian cultural heritage. Charlotte spent two months excavating at an early Neolithic site in Turkey: Boncuklu. She also works a similar role at the BIAA, focusing on Turkish archaeology and research. For membership and event enquiries, please contact [email protected]. For Egyptian Archaeology enquiries, please contact [email protected].