I am someone with a very deeply rooted passion and knowledge for history, for archaeology, and for cultural heritage preservation. I am a candidate who is goal driven, organized, dedicated and with enough energy to spread around to others around me. I am quick on my toes, easily adaptable to adversity, as well as results-focused with a strength in problem solving and cooperation. What I may lack in professional experience I more than make up for in field and laboratory experience as well as Masters-level education in program management and curatorial studies from world renowned universities.
I was a member of the Rutgers University Upper Sabina Tiberina archaeological project in Lazio, Italy, for two seasons (2016, 2018). This project was an excavation of a late Roman Republican villa near the town of Vacone, which seeks to understand the long-term development of rural settlement and economy in the Sabine region of Italy. My responsibilities included but were not limited to:
This work and organization enabled a smooth cooperation with supervisors and students and allowed the season to stay ahead of schedule and to complete the tasks which were set out prior to the excavation season.
For the 2017 season I was a member of the Kea Archaeological Research Survey, which took place in the 2017 summer season on the Cycladic island of Kea. My responsibilities included but were not limited to:
the vast assortment of bronze-age to late antique pottery found in past field surveys. This experience gave me a rich understanding of the logistical side of archaeology and history, and how to work slowly and carefully in a laboratory setting.
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