Isuara Nereyda Alonso

Co-Director of Harvard’s research project for the Conservation, Education, and Development of Archaeological Museums of Copán (COEDMAC),Honduras, for which she administers and contributes to heritage projects in archaeology, conservation and museum exhibits (2010–present). She directs the Laboratorio de Conservación de la Escultura Maya (LACEM) at the Copan Sculpture Museum, and participated in international conservation workshops. She was Archaeological field technician, for the Oropéndola Project (Director, Ricardo Agurcia, 2008-2010).

BA in Business Administration, Christian University of Honduras (2017)
Society of American Archaeologists
Scholarship to the Latin American (LATAM)–International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property (ICCROM), International Course on Stone Conservation (2015)


Honduran Co-Directors at Harvard's International Workshop on the
Copan Tunnel Conservation, Jan. 2020.
See also the Harvard Gazette story.