Eduardo Escalante Carrillo is the director of the Museum of Anthropology and History of Mexico, an archaeologist and cultural heritage manager specializing in the development of strategies for the management of archaeological sites (urban and suburban), management plans for archaeological sites and heritage sites, as well as the interpretation of archaeological sites. He was born in Yucatan, and now lives in Mexico City. Eduardo is the head of the Department of Planning and Management of Archaeological Sites of the Department of Site Operation of the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) in Mexico and a member of the academic council of the scientific Network for Digital Technologies for the Dissemination of Cultural Heritage of the National Council for Science and Technology (CONACyT). He received a diploma in archaeology from the Yucatan Autonomous University and a master's degree in archaeological site management from University College London. Specializes in the management processes of archaeological sites open to the public, including the interpretation of heritage, the public presentation of archaeological sites and the development of strategies for adapting archaeological sites to public visits. He is a part-time professor at the Department of Architecture and Urbanism of the Ibero-American University. He also lectures on urban heritage at the Faculty of Architecture of the Ibero-American University in Mexico City. Since 2011 he has participated in a number of projects related to the assessment and management of archaeological sites in Mexico, and since 2014 has been coordinating the implementation of the National Program for the Management of Archaeological Sites Open to the Public in Mexico. In 2013 and 2015, he collaborated with Uzbekistan in the field of registration, assessment of the state and systematization of data on monuments of historical value.