Eddy Moors
President of the Global Network of Water Museums, Rector IHE-Delft, and Professor “Water & Climate”, VU-University, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Eriberto Eulisse
Executive Director of the Global Network of Water Museums, Director of Civiltà dell’Acqua International Centre, and Project manager of the Water Museum of Venice, Italy.
Ian Kerr-Wilson
Vice-President and internal auditor of the Global Network of Water Museums, former Manager of Heritage Resource Management, City of Hamilton, Canada.
Zhang Zhirong
Vice-President of the Global Network of Water Museums, and Director of the National Water Museum of China (Hangzhou).

Management Board

Sara Ahmed
Adjunct Professor at Ahmedabad University, India, and Founder of the digital Living Waters Museum
Mariana Castro-Henriques
Director of Lisbon Water Museum, Portugal.
Victor-Lucian Croitoru
Director of Public Relations and Customers Division, SOMES Water Company, Romania.
Youssef Filali-Meknassi
Director of Science Division, UNESCO, and General Secretary of the International Hydrological Programme (UNESCO-IHP).
Abdennabi El Mandour
Director of the Museum for the Water Civilization in Morocco “Mohammed VI”, Marrakech
Michael Scoullos
Chairman of MIO-ECSDE, UNESCO Chair holder (University of Athens), and driving force of the Mediterranean Strategy on ESD, Greece.
Emilia Vallejo
Head of Education Department of Yaku Water Museum and Park, Quito, Ecuador.

Advisory Committee

Sandra de Vries
Consultant in Water Management and Citizen Science at PULSAQUA, and researcher at the Delft University of Technology, Netherlands.
Hee Sook Lee-Niinioja
President of the Scientific Committee of ICOMOS-ICICH (Intangible Cultural Heritage), independent researcher, journalist, artist and designer, Finland.
Joana Lessa
Senior Lecturer in Design at the University of Algarve, and researcher at the University of Lisbon, Portugal.
Dave Pritchard
Independent consultant, and Coordinator of the Ramsar Culture Network, United Kingdom.
Francesco Vallerani
Full Professor of Human Geography, and UNESCO Chair holder at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, Italy.

Communications Team

Giuseppe La Spada Art Director di WAMUNET Environmental Artsist, Webby Awards Winner, Member of The International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences (New York).
Lucrezia Gigante
Content creator for news and communications of Global Network of Water Museums, and AHRC-funded Phd Researcher in Museum Studies at University of Leicester, UK. 
Antonia Teatino
General Social Media Manager of Global Network of Water Museums, Architect and PhD in Industrial Design and Multimedia and Visual Communications Italy’s liaison for the O2 Global Network since 2003, international sustainability design.
Stefania Schiavon
Communications and Financial Management 
Francesco Visentin
Researcher on Human Geography at the University of Udine, Italy