Amy Jarvis is a heritage and engagement specialist with over 10 years of experience on a broad range of conservation, management, advocacy and interpretation projects. Amy is also an accomplished event manager and speaker, having presented at numerous conferences, panels, and in the media on her work. Amy has a Bachelor of Cultural Heritage Studies from ANU. After several years in private consulting, Amy has worked as the Heritage Advisor at the Australian National University (ANU) since 2012, where she provides strategic heritage advice and actively celebrates and communicates the University’s unique heritage values with the ANU and wider community. Her work has included managing major restoration and outreach projects at ANU’s Mount Stromlo Observatory. In 2018, Amy was awarded a Churchill Fellowship to investigate advocacy and engagement models for the conservation of architecture in the USA. Amy’s fellowship will build on the success of Canberra Modern, a festival of events and advocacy platform celebrating and promoting conservation of Canberra’s mid-century heritage places and spaces in Canberra, which she co-founded in 2016.