Emily is a CRM archaeologist with 10 years of federal and private work under her belt. She has conducted work primarily in the western USA for the Forest Service, National Park Service, Bureau of Land Management, and a variety of CRM companies, with clear favoritism of the Four Corners region (Ancestral Puebloans are fascinating, folks). Emily is currently a seasonal archaeologist for the Bureau of Land Management, as well as an adjunct archaeology instructor for Colorado Mesa University. At CMU, Emily teaches Principles of Archaeology, Introduction to Anthropology, and a tiny class (one attempt) of Cultural Resource Management Law and Practice.
Outside of work, Emily just can’t seem to get away from archaeology. She is a proud member of the Women in Archaeology Podcast group and creator of the blog and podcast, ‘Trowel Tales: Stories From the Field.”
Instagram: Trowel Tales
Twitter: Emily @Trowel_Tales