I am originally from the craziness that is New York and I came to Arizona in 2000 to start my academic career. Since my undergraduate career I have had the opportunities to work with 25 different tribes in the western United States on various types of ethnographic projects such as Social Impact Assessments, Cultural Landscape Studies, and Traditional Cultural Property Assessments. When I am not working in the deserts of the Southwest and Great Basin, I work in the Caribbean on environmental issues. This work has provided me with an opportunity to visit some amazing places and meet amazing people and be useful. As a scholar and a researcher, I approach my work with the belief that everything I do must be useful and meaningful to the communities I am working with because it is a moral obligation to give back.
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