Teresa Albino is coordinator of the National Museum Resistance and Freedom/Fortress of Peniche since 2019 and head of the Division of Immovable, Movable and Intangible Heritage of the Directorate-General for Cultural Heritage since 2020.
She has a degree in Cultural Anthropology and a Master’s in Intercultural Relations. She began her professional career at the National Museum of Ethnology between 1989 and 2005.
From 2005 to 2013 she moved to the Institute for Tropical Scientific Research. At the DGPC, she has worked in the areas of museum accreditation, intangible heritage and exhibition production.
She is a member of the Executive Committee of the Peniche Museum since 2018 and coordinates the research projects Collecting Testimonies and Places of Peniche – Solidarity, Repression and Resistance.