Tara Giuliano graduated from the University at Buffalo in 2006 with a degree in Anthropology/ Archaeology and a double minor in geology and history. After working as a field archaeologist in Buffalo, NY, she moved to Alexandria, Virginia, where she worked as a field technician for multiple Cultural Resource Management firms. Tara also worked on a public archeology site with the City of Alexandria, and also as a contract archaeologist with the Maryland State Highway administration where she completed access permits, worked as a lab assistant, and participated in multiple public outreach events. Tara received the Florida Public Archaeology Networks assistantship in 2009 and currently works at FPAN as a public archaeology assistant. Her interests are terrestrial, historical archaeology, the American colonial period, and public archaeology.
Degree and focus: Historical Archaeology, Terrestrial