Patrícia Brum is a Portuguese archaeologist who also holds a Master in Museum Studies. The subject of her thesis was the museum planning of the Roman collection of Tróia (Portugal).
Her first experience working with heritage was in a work camp at the Castle of Alleins (France), where, as a teenager, she joined other volunteers in a French association dedicated to preserve and develop features of local heritage and of the environment.
In the past decade she has been working in the Enhancement Project of the Roman Ruins of Tróia. Here she accompanies both the archaeological research and its outreach to a more general public.