The ARtGlass Team’s “special sauce” is the combination of two ingredients: a deep substantive understanding of the cultural field and cutting-edge technological know-how. We’ve brought together visionary IT engineers and programmers with specialists in art, museum practice, archaeology, anthropology, history, and cultural preservation law, policy, marketing, and entrepreneurship. Together we offer cultural site leaders true partnership in the creative and business components of leveraging wearable augmented reality to improve a site’s performance, appeal, and sustainability.

Greg Werkheiser

Greg Werkheiser

CEO

Serial entrepreneur, civic leader, and lawyer. Founder of Cultural Heritage Partners, PLLC.

Education
JD, University of Virginia School of Law; BA in Government, College of William and Mary

Marion Werkheiser

Marion Werkheiser

COO

Internationally recognized cultural heritage leader and award-winning social entrepreneur.

Education
JD, Harvard Law School; BA in Political Science & Classical Civilization (Wells Scholar), Indiana University

Luigi Percuoco

Luigi Percuoco

CTO

Led IT, marketing, and business development projects for IBM, IGT, Fiat, SSB, and Gtech.

Education
Executive Master in Management, ESSEC Business School; MBA, University of Florence; BA in Computer Science, University of Salerno

Antonio Scuderi

Antonio Scuderi

CEO - Europe

Entrepreneur and journalist, Founder of Capitale Cultura and former CEO of 24Ore Cultura.

Education
Executive International MBA, University of Barcelona; MA in Journalism, Carlo De Martino Institute for Journalism; BA in Political Science, University of Bologna

Mike Page

Mike Page

Financial Advisor

Technology entrepreneur and financial advisor to early stage businesses; former CFO of Clearwire International, Co-Founder of telecom companies Valor Telecom and Soundpath Communications.

Education
MBA, UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School; BA in Economics, Hampden-Sydney College

Diego Massimiliano De Giorgi

Diego Massimiliano De Giorgi

Advisor - Europe

Public affairs, strategy consulting, and public diplomacy expert in a wide range of industries, with a focus on the cultural heritage sector.

Education
MS in International Project Management, Venice International University; JD, University of Pisa; PGD in International Law, University of Helsinki; AA in History, University of Fribourg

Eden Burgess

Eden Burgess

General Counsel

Partner at Cultural Heritage Partners; focuses on art, cultural heritage, museum, and intellectual property law.

Education
JD, George Washington University Law School; BA in American Government, University of Virginia

Aldo Noto

Aldo Noto

Intellectual Property Counsel

Partner at Davidson Berquist Jackson & Gowdey; a recognized industry leader in intellectual property law.

Education
JD and LLM in Intellectual Property, George Washington University Law School; BS in Mathematics and Computer Science, the State University of New York; BS in Electrical Engineering, U.S. Coast Guard Academy

Hannah Jenness

Hannah Jenness

Virtual Heritage and Anthropology Specialist

Innovative AR specialist with a focus on virtual heritage programming.

Education
PhD candidate in Informatics and Virtual Heritage, Indiana University; MA in Anthropology, East Carolina University; BA in History & Psychology, Wesleyan College

Lexi Cleveland

Lexi Cleveland

Early American History Specialist

A public historian with a focus on Early American history and interactive programming.

Education
MA in American Studies from Leiden University; BA in History, College of William and Mary

Tom Kline

Tom Kline

Art and Cultural Heritage Specialist

A nationally-recognized authority on Holocaust-related art claims; he advises clients on a wide variety of art, museum, and cultural heritage matters.

Education
JD, Columbia University; AB in Government, Columbia University

Kelly Donahue

Kelly Donahue

American Studies and Museum Policy Specialist

Museum policy specialist who has previously worked with the National Endowment for the Humanities, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, and the Network of European Museum Organizations.

Education
JD Candidate, George Washington University Law School; MA in American Studies, Humboldt University of Berlin; BA in American Studies, Stanford University

Earl Evans

Earl Evans

Tribal Specialist

Vice Chairman of the Haliwa-Saponi Tribal Council, strategic planner, and economic development professional.

Education
BA in Business, University of North Carolina at Pembroke

Jennifer Morris

Jennifer Morris

Early Modern Art and Museum Specialist

A scholar in the art of Northern and Central Europe in the early modern period with a focus on 16th-century Germany.

Education
JD, College of William and Mary’s Marshall-Wythe School of Law; MA and PhD in Art & Archaeology, Princeton University; AB in Art, Art History, & Visual Studies, Duke University

Ellen Chapman

Ellen Chapman

Historical Archaeology Specialist

Co-founder of RVA Archaeology and an expert in urban historical archaeology and public engagement.

Education
PhD candidate in Anthropology, College of William and Mary; MSc in Paleopathology, Durham University; BA in Archaeology, Washington University

Michela Pasqualini

Michela Pasqualini

Project Management

Linguistic and cultural mediator; experienced in sales and customer support for exhibitions and tourism.

Education
MA in International Relations, University of Milan; BA in Linguistic and Cultural Mediation, University of Milan

Laura Fresco

Laura Fresco

Social Media Manager

Expert in cross-cultural communications, cultural heritage, tourism, and social media.

Education
MA in International Communication, American University; BA in International Relations and Spanish, Bucknell University;

Stephanie Hepp

Stephanie Hepp

Financial Analytics Adviser

Education
BS in Business Administration, University of Richmond