Sarah Guffey has a master’s of science degree in Human Osteology and Funerary Archaeology from the University of Sheffield. She received her bachelor’s degree in anthropology with a focus on natural sciences from the University of Louisville in 2006. Her interests lie in human mortuary practices, demography, and paleopathology.
Sarah serves as a field supervisor in addition to performing as a lab supervisor. She has conducted archaeological surveys in Kentucky and Indiana as well as Portugal. Sarah has also conducted archaeological excavations in Kentucky, Illinois, and Indiana for both prehistoric and historic sites and archaeological excavations in Portugal for prehistoric sites.
When not at work Sarah enjoys being a Jack of all crafts and a master of none. Traveling is also important to Sarah, and she has lived abroad. She shares her country house with her husband and two spoiled cats. She enjoys reading, music, classic films, baking, hiking, gardening and her husband’s culinary pursuits.