I have over 6 years of experience advocating for inclusive, social and systemic change at local, regional and national levels while envisioning creative, cost-effective and responsible ways to create educational programming and initiate cross-generational dialogues concerning cultural and environmental resources and their intersections, in both my academic research and my professional development.
Education: Indiana University of Pennsylvania Program: MA in Applied Archaeology/Culture Resource Management.
University of Wisconsin- La Crosse Bachelor of Science in Archaeological Studies and Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies
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