Resume

Geospatial Skills

ArcGIS Pro, ArcGIS Online, ArcGIS Desktop, python, QGIS, ERDAS Imagine, SQL, StoryMaps, ArcGIS Hub, Survey123, geospatial analysis.


Experience

Geographic Information Systems Technician, Contract

November 2020 – Present
  • Multiple projects including: Digitizing and mapping finds from the Archaeological Royal site of Dún Ailinne, Co. Kildare, Ireland as well as digitizing and mapping flags from the In America: How Could this Happen… art installation in Washington, DC.

Archaeology Technician, Stantec

August 2020 – Present
  • Assists in phase I and phase II archaeological fieldwork with the Environmental Services team. On-call for GIS analysis or human remains identification.

Academic Department Administrator, GW, Department of Anthropology

December 2018 – Present
  • Manages all logistical aspects of the department, including evaluations, print and digital program materials, graduate student recruitment, and speaker travel.
  • Supports the administrative operations of the department, to include developing and maintaining databases, ordering supplies, and maintaining student records.
  • Prepares correspondence designed to effective action or publicize department activities and to disseminate information about relevant events and opportunities to the department community.
  • Edits and submits the schedule of classes for over 50 courses for both the regular and summer semesters, editing bulletin copy, helping with new course proposals and program changes.
  • Hires/supervises work-study students. Manages the payroll for 30+ hourly employees and maintains leave records. Initiates financial awards and fellowships for over 60 graduate students.

Education

The George Washington University (GW)

GIS Graduate Certificate, 2019-present

Interest lies in the correlation of geospatial analysis and cartography of mass disasters/atrocities and forensic excavations. Interests also include cultural resources management, heritage, and the relationship with GIS, archaeology, and digital communication.

University College London (UCL) — Institute of Archaeology

MSc Bioarchaeological and Forensic Anthropology, 2017-2018

Wrote a Master of Science dissertation on identifying sex of a human skeletal remains by digitally measuring the ramus of the mandible using photography and morphometric methods. Courses in Forensic Anthropology, Advanced Forensic Anthropology, Dental Anthropology, Paleopathology, Variation of the Human Skull, Methods in Bioarchaeology

The George Washington University (GW)

BS Biological Anthropology, minor in Archaeology, 2013-2017

Courses in Forensic Anthropology, Advanced Human Osteology, Archaeology, GIS. Study Abroad University of Kent at Canterbury, Archaeological Field school in Co. Kildare, Ireland.


Other Skills

Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Office Suite, quantitative research methods, SPSS, qualitative research methods, ethnographic research, human osteology, archaeological excavation (phase I-III), total station, feature creation, georeferencing, social media (instagram, twitter, facebook, linkedin), biological profile creation, Osteological identification, trauma analysis, crime scene etiquette, chain of custody, paleopathological identification, bioarchaeological and forensic analysis of human remains.