Phillip Segadika is a consultant for the Metsemegologolo project and is head of the Archaeology and Monuments Division at the Botswana National Museum. He holds a Master's degree in landscape archaeology from the University of Wales, Lampeter (United Kingdom) and is studying for a part time Ph.D. at Wits University (South Africa). A landscape archaeologist by training, Segadika is responsible for the conservation of monuments and heritage sites, formulation of destination management plans as well as the development of heritage sites for tourism. He just completed his term as Board member of the Botswana Environmental Assessment Practitioners Association (BEAPA). Segadika's research interests are on the management of intangible cultural heritage at world heritage sites and he is a regular contributor to local media on heritage perspectives. Phillip Segadika is a bi-vocational minister having served as pastor and overseer of The Church of God of Prophecy in Botswana for over 20 years.