Pamela Jary Rosser PA AIC
Pamela Rosser is Conservator for Alamo Complex Management. She has been a practicing conservator for over 25 years and specializes in Spanish Colonial finishes. Previously, Rosser was a partner with Restoration Associates Limited where she conserved various exterior and interior finishes of historic buildings. She graduated from the University of Incarnate Word and is a Professional Associate of the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works.
Enrique Soria is an Archaeologist for the National School of Anthropology and History. He received a Master's degree in Social Anthropology from the CIESAS-ENAH Chihuahua and received the National Prize of Archeology granted by National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) for the best thesis 2010. Soria has been a collaborator and researcher at INAH Chihuahua since 1999 and has done archaeological work in the Sierra Tarahumara from 2001 to 2012. Soria also has performed Paleontology work since 2009.
Since 2014, he has served as a rock art specialist in the state. Currently, he is in charge of the projects: "Samalayuca", "Cueva de las Monas" and "Gas Pipeline Project Ojinaga-El Encino."
Martha Vera, Honorary Consul of Spain
Martha Vera was appointed Honorary Consul of Spain in November of 2015. She holds a B.S and MS in Science with focus in Cell Biology and Genetics from the University of Texas at El Paso.
Her experience as Marketing Director, business owner, and many varied interests in science, education, history, archeology, art, culture, music and the economy has given her a multifaceted focus on what her position as Honorary Consul entails. Her primary goal is to protect the Spanish citizens in her region, which includes El Paso, the Big Bend area and up to the panhandle of Texas.
Martha Vera is working with the CBBS, INA, Institute of Archeology and History in Mexico, Spain, France, and UNESCO to make the Camino Real a World Heritage Site.