University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, B.A. History
Eastern New Mexico University, M.A. Anthropology/Applied Archaeology
As a Secretary of the Interior-qualified archaeologist with over 15 years of professional experience in the Mid-Atlantic, Midwest, Great Basin, Pacific Coast, Southwest, Northern Rockies, and Great Plains, Beau has attained broad cultural resources management technical knowledge. Project management leadership of diverse professional teams has resulted in driven, confident, and creative organizational approaches to successful task completion. Proven technical writing abilities in both academic and consultant settings have demonstrated strengths in reporting findings, proposal preparation, and business development endeavors.
Beau graduated from the University of Wisconsin Green Bay with a Bachelor’s degree in History, and from Eastern New Mexico University with a Master’s degree in Anthropology and Applied Archaeology. His research interests include subsistence and dietary reconstruction through stable isotope analyses, human osteology, and ceramic analyses.
In his free time, Beau enjoys travel, hiking, museums, and reading.