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Afroditi Kamara is a historian and cultural heritage consultant. She has studied in Athens, Manchester and Oxford. She started her career as research historian at the Foundation of the Hellenic World, where she got introduced in Digital Humanities and Digital Cultural Heritage. In 2003 she co-founded Time Heritage, a cultural heritage management and enhancement project. She has worked on digitization projects, digital encyclopedias and she has developed own ideas about museum management systems. Since 2013 she is also interested in the protection of regional and remote cultural heritage and she has been developing projects in this respect. She is author of many articles on the role of technology in the preservation and enhancement of cultural heritage. Her achievement include participation and leading of Erasmus+ projects on regional development and the role of heritage for a sustainable future, studies and development of museums and exhibitions, innovative approaches to culture.