Emilio Alejandro Santiago earned his BA in Archaeological Anthropology from Columbia University, where he received the Ralph and Rose Solecki Prize for Outstanding Student Contribution to Archaeology. He has conducted fieldwork in the Western Desert of Egypt, the northern Rio Grande of New Mexico, southwestern Colorado, northern Arizona, coastal Georgia (USA), the northeast (Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, Rhode Island), the Mojave Desert, Colorado Desert, and the Sierra Nevada of California, and Washington’s San Juan archipelago. Emilio has worked for institutions that include the National Park Service, the Forest Service, The Great Basin Institute, Canyon Archaeological Consultants, the Public Archaeology Laboratory, Inc., and Gray & Pape Heritage Management. He has also gained experience interning for the Crow Canyon Archaeological Center and the American Museum of Natural History. Emilio has served as a Crew Chief in Arizona, California, and Washington, and his research has been presented at numerous professional conferences.
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