joined GSRC in 2019 and has over 5 years of professional experience in Archaeology.
She has a variety of professional experiences including survey, excavation,
writing National Register evaluations, creating & editing GIS data, and the
processing & analysis of artifacts.
Ms. Taylor began
her archaeological career by working for the California Historical Resource
Information System where she became familiar with the management of
archaeological data. Ms. Taylor later began to work for the United States
Forest Service which provided her with extensive archaeological experience.
This experience included leading archaeological surveys, excavations, report
writing, National Register evaluation writing, and artifact analysis. Her
experience with the USFS also provided Ms. Taylor with knowledge on the
Ms. Taylor has
worked on a variety of types of projects that are subject to Section 106 and
Section 110. These projects include fire restoration, fire salvage, timber
sales, meadow restoration, historic restoration, and abandoned mine closures.
Ms. Taylor earned
her BA in Anthropology and a certificate in Cultural Resource Management in 2011
from California State University, Chico. She is currently finishing her masters
in Anthropology, and the Graduate Certificate in GIS, at Louisiana State
University. Her expected graduation date is December 2019.