I received a BA in Anthropology from Vanderbilt University in 2012 and an MA in Archaeology from Cornell University in 2016. I have been participating in archaeological fieldwork in Mongolia since 2010 and have previously worked on projects in Peru, Kazakhstan, and Italy. In addition, I have three years of experience working as a professional archaeologist in the field of cultural resource management. During this time, I excavated in Alabama, Mississippi, and Indiana and directed fieldwork in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware.
Research Interests: Mongolian Archaeology, Human-animal interaction, Zooarchaeology, Stable isotope analysis