Catherine Dees is a California writer and editor with an abiding love for Egypt and its brilliant, still-unfolding legacy. Two of her lifelong interests come together in the story of Omm Sety: the enigma of human consciousness, and the lost history and wisdom of the ancient world. Catherine was co-producer of the exhibit, Continuum: the Immortality Principle, and historian for The Alexandria Project, a search for the tomb of Alexander the Great and the lost Alexandrian Library. She is currently developing an exhibit that explores the human capacity for compassion. Catherine is a member of the American Research Center in Egypt and the Egyptian Exploration Organization, and is a sponsor of the Amarna Royal Tombs Project in the Valley of the Kings.
Writer, Co-Producer, Egypt Historian, Researcher, Author