A DAHA Advisory Committee will provide external guidance to and evaluation of the project efforts. The members have a diversity of expertise that will be an important asset to the project.

William Doelle is president of Archaeology Southwest, a non-profit dedicated to expanding knowledge and improving preservation of archaeology in the Southwest and also President of Desert Archaeology, Inc., a consulting firm that has executed a number of innovative and important projects.

Christopher Loendorf is Senior Project Manager for the Gila River Indian Community Cultural Resource Management Program (GRIC-CRMP). He has worked in the Huhugam region of southern Arizona for 27 years.

Laurene Montero is City Archaeologist for the City of Phoenix and specializes in Huhugam archaeology. She has held positions in state government, an Indian tribe, and in the private sector.

Glen Rice, president of Rio Salado Archaeology, has a distinguished career as a contractor working on Huhugam sites. He has been PI or Co-PI on a number of very large and important Huhugam projects.

Tom Wright is staff archaeologist for the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community. A Huhugam archaeologist, he has done cultural resource research and management both as a tribal official and earlier as a cultural resource management contractor.