Curriculum Vitae for Mary Leinart


PERSONAL INFORMATION:

Date of Birth: 4 October 1978
Nationality: USA
Location: Seattle, WA
Email: skjaere@gmail.com


EDUCATION BACKGROUND:

Degrees
MA, European Historical Archaeology, University of Sheffield, UK (2003)
MA Hons, Mediaeval History and Archaeology, University of St Andrews, UK (2001)

Field School
Anglo-Saxon Cemetery Site, Whitton, UK (2002)


ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXPERIENCE:

Archaeological Monitor
Employer: City of Port Angeles, WA
Phone: (360) 417-4704
Dates: Feb - Apr 2011
Duties: Monitoring construction activity along First Street in downtown Port Angeles.

Field Technician
Employer: Michael Baker Jr. Inc., Moon Township, PA
Phone: (412) 269-4672
Dates: Apr - Sep 2010
Duties: Phase I shovel test survey at Fort Pickett, VA.

Field Technician
Employer: The Louis Berger Group, Inc., Richmond, VA
Phone: (804) 225-0348
Dates: Jul - Dec 2009
Duties: Phase I shovel test survey in VA, AR, KY, TN & NY.

Field Technician & Lab Assistant
Employer: Monticello Department of Archaeology, Charlottesville, VA
Phone: (434) 984-9822
Dates: Mar - Apr 2009
Duties: Phase I shovel test and metal detection survey of north slope of Monticello plantation, exploration of site boundaries in historic orchard, artifact processing, field school site setup.

Field Technician (A2)
Employer: R. Christopher Goodwin & Associates, Inc., Frederick, MD
Phone: (800) 340-2724
Dates: Oct 2006 - Nov 2008
Duties: Phase I, II, III survey of pipeline corridor for REX/Caprock Rockies project in OH, including leading Phase I crews. Surface collection, shovel test survey, test units, trench stripping, use of compass and Trimble GPS equipment, driving company vehicles, map reading and making, finds protocol, and all associated paperwork. Short jobs also in PA, LA and FL.

Field Technician
Employer: BOAS, Inc., Seattle, WA
Dates: Jul - Aug 2006
Duties: Phase II excavation of historic landfill for WSDOT's SR 520 Bridge Replacement project in Seattle, WA.

Field Technician
Employer: Alpine Archaeology Consultants, Inc., Montrose, CO
Dates: Jun 2006
Duties: Phase III excavation for possible paleo-Indian site (5MF5389).

Field Technician
Employer: Archaeological and Historical Conservancy, Inc., Davie, FL
Dates: Jan - May 2006
Duties: Phase III excavation of both historic and pre-contact sites in Miami, FL (8DA11) including handling of pre-contact human remains.

Field Technician (Volunteer)
Employer: Dr Andrew Jones, York Archaeological Trust Education Officer, York, UK
Dates: Nov & Dec 2005
Duties: Phase II excavation at Blansby Park as part of a public/youth archaeology outreach programme.

Volunteer
Employer: York Archaeological Trust, York, UK
Dates: Oct - Nov 2005
Duties: Maintaining "Their Past, Our Future" World War II exhibit , keeping exhibit area presentable, and answering visitors' questions.

Children's Dig Supervisor, Field Technician, Finds Assistant (Volunteer)
Employer: Bamburgh Research Project, Bamburgh, UK
Dates: Jun - Aug 2005
Duties:
Children's Dig: Organising and supervising educational dig. Promoting safe behaviour, helping children identify finds, educational activities, keeping educational area presentable, acting as project liaison to parents.
Field Technician: Phase III excavation of Medieval and Anglo-Saxon site, including excavation of human remains.
Finds Assistant: Cataloguing fieldwalking finds for 2005. Washing, sorting, weighing, bagging, and drawing finds.

Field Technician (Volunteer)
Employer: Hartgen Archaeology, Rutland, VT
Dates: May 2005
Duties: Phase I shovel test survey for airport expansion.

Field Technician (field school)
Employer: Department of Archaeology, University of Sheffield, UK
Dates: Jul - Aug 2002
Duties: Phases I, II, III excavation, including augering, magnetometry, finds processing, and handling human remains at Whitton Anglo-Saxon cemetery site.

Note: My photo of the Whitton project was published in issue 186 of Current Archaeology magazine along with an article by Dr Dawn Hadley.

Laboratory Assistant (Volunteer)
Employer: Osteology Lab, Archaeology Department, University of Sheffield, UK
Dates: Oct - Nov 2001
Duties: Assisted PhD student in assembling Anglo-Saxon human remains and recording their data for thesis in the University Osteology Lab.

St Andrews Student Archaeology Society member (1997 - 2001)
Society Historian (1999 - 2001)

Field Technician (Volunteer)
Employer: Gar Wood & Associates, Loma, MT
Dates: Jul 1995 & Jul 1996
Duties: Phase III excavation, finds processing, and water screening at Fort Benton, MT frontier fort site.


OTHER SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:

I have extensive experience working both in customer service and education. I have spent a great deal of time as a hotel concierge, and also as a substitute teacher, tutor and para-educator. Besides my time at university, I have gained a good deal of research experience as an amateur genealogist. Writing and editing are also among my strengths. My other interests include hobby writing, reading, mediaeval history, traditional music, historic costume, traditional cooking and genealogy.


REFERENCES:

Derek Beery
City Archaeologist
City of Port Angeles
(360) 417-4704
dbeery@cityofpa.us

Ryan Robinson
Field Supervisor
Michael Baker Jr. Inc.
(615) 500-2152
rrobinson@mbakercorp.com

Sara Bon-Harper
Archaeological Research Manager
Monticello Department of Archaeology
(434) 981-1096
sbonharper@monticello.org