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About Me

After a career as a teacher and senior leader in secondary schools I decided to fulfil a lifelong passion to become an archaeologist. I completed an MSc in Landscape Archaeology in 2017 and went on to complete a second MSc in Bioarchaeology and Forensic Anthropology at University College London Institute of Archaeology in 2021. Since then, I have worked with county museums and community groups in excavation and post excavation work.

 I have helped museums with analysis of collections, report writing and re-packaging. I have trained several groups of volunteers in basic osteology enabling them to work independently with the museum’s collections. I have given many presentations to community groups and on-site excavation teams. I have also delivered training sessions to work experience students and emergency services personnel involved in Operation Nightingale.

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