Global Heritage Alliance is a 501 (c) (4) advocacy organization representing the interests of collectors, museums and the trade in archaeological and ethnological objects.
Chair of the ABA Committee
Peter K. Tompa serves as Global Heritage Alliance’s executive director. He has appeared in numerous More Info
Arthur Houghton is a former Foreign Service officer with assignments in the Middle East, the
Robert Gallegos left a career in banking to pursue his passion for Native American crafts.
John Molloy purchased his first Native American object in 1979 when he was in the MFA program at
Matthew Polk is a co-founder of Baltimore-based Polk Audio, Inc., where he served as Chairman
Gary Vikan was Director of the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore from 1994 to 2013. He serves on
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