I’m a recent graduate seeking to educate the public on the wonders of the Ancient World, especially Ancient Egypt.
Ever since reading the Magic Treehouse book, Mummies on Monday, I have been fascinated with Ancient Egypt. I even forced my family to travel to Philadelphia to see the King Tutankhamen exhibition, where I was promptly disappointed that the famous mask had not made the trip across the ocean.
I graduated with a BA in Anthropology, Archaeology, and Art History in 2017 and even had the opportunity to study abroad at the Institute of Archaeology at University College London and travel Europe.
I then graduated with my MA in Egyptian Art and Archaeology in 2020. After discovering that a PhD would not be for me, I discovered the field of Museum Education and I am currently completing a Museum Studies Graduate Certificate.
- Art Museum at the University of Memphis, Egyptian Art, Graduate Assistant
- Alexandria Archaeology Museum, Education Intern
- Brooklyn Museum, Egyptian Curatorial Department, Intern
- Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, Volunteer
- Archaeology in the Community, Education Intern
- Archaeology in the Community, Estate Little Princess Archaeological Dig, St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands, Instructor
- Alexandria Archaeology, Shuter’s Hill Archaeological Dig, Alexandria, Virginia, Volunteer and Instructor
- Alexandria Archaeology, Save Our Ship Conservation, Volunteer
- University of Michigan and University of Verona, Gabii Archaeological Dig, Rome, Field Student
- University College London, Downley Archaeological Dig, Sussex, England, Student
- Hofstra University’s Center for Public Archaeology, Intern and Lab Assistant
- D.C. Archaeology, Yarrow Mamout Archaeological Dig, Volunteer
- Montpelier Archaeology, South Yard Archaeological Dig, Volunteer