Panel: Closing Session Wednesday, 23 June, 2:15 p.m. - 3:45 p.m. (CET)
Nzila Marina Libanda-Mubusisi has a Master in World Heritage and Cultural Projects for Development (University of Turin, Italy), a Postgraduate Diploma in Heritage Conservation and Management (University of Namibia) Bachelor of Technology Degree (Namibia University of Science and Technology) and a Diploma in Human Resource Management Business Management (Training College of Southern Africa, South Africa). She is a heritage professional, researcher, cultural economist and a human resources professional and has 24 years of work experience in the public service of Namibia.
She is currently working as the Chief Curator of the National Museum of Namibia, since 2009. She coordinated the repatriation of Namibian Heritage through appropriate channels and is serving in various ministerial and intergovernmental committees such the Namibia Human Remains and Management Committee, the working group for the revision of the Arts and Culture Policy, the National Committee Member for Education, Arts and Culture Policy Analyst, the Inter-Ministerial Committee on Tourism Development in Namibia, the Culture Programme Committee of the Namibia’s National Commission for UNESCO and the Commonwealth Association of Museums.