- Applied Anthropologist
- United States
- MST - Mountain Standard Time - GMT-7:00
Research areas and topics
- Employment Sector: Cultural Resource/Heritage Management
- Continents: Asia, North America
- Regions: North America, Northwest Mexico, Southwest US
- Materials: architecture, ceramics, cultural heritage, ethnohistory, ground stone, lithics
- Analytical Skills: aerial survey, Archival research, cultural heritage management, databases, excavation, Land-use analysis, network analysis, Public archaeology, remote sensing, statistics, survey
- Research Topics: climate change, colonialism, cultural enclaves, economic history, human ecology, identity and power, inequality, landscapes, settlement patterns, social development, sustainability
- Nations: Japan, North Korea, South Korea
Interest in Synthesis
Active participant in the Annual Pecos Conference synthesizing cultural resources management activities in the greater southwest 1980-Present
- Project Management – Knowledge of and experience with the Federal government budget and appropriation processes. Analyzing and managing a portfolio of structured financial agreements; developing budgets and executing project scope, schedule, and budget. Knowledge of the principles, methods, or tools for developing, scheduling, coordinating, and managing projects and resources, including monitoring, and inspecting for potential failure, project costs, daily work, milestones, and contractor performance.
- Stakeholder Management – Knowledge of the concepts, practices, and techniques used to set boundaries, identify, engage, influence, and monitor relationships with individuals and groups connected to a work effort; I am radically inclusive to those actively involved, those who exert influence over the process and its results, and those who have a personal stake in the outcome (positive or negative).