Cassandra PardoTemporary Archaeological Technician








Effective March 1st, 2018, Cassandra Pardo will be temporarily filling the role of Environmental Review Project Registrar for the OSA following Lynn Flora’s retirement. Cassandra has been working as a part-time Archaeological Technician since December 2017, assisting the OSA with its efforts to inventory and digitize archaeological site file and environmental review project information. She received her BA in Anthropology and Art & Design from North Carolina State University and her MA in Bioarcheology from Illinois State University at Normal, Illinois. While working towards her MA, Cassandra also helped excavate at The Buried Gardens of Kampsville and worked as an archivist for the Illinois Regional Archives Depository. She continued her volunteer work at the Dickson Mounds Museum, assisting researchers in skeletal assessments, inventory, and preparing materials for long-term curation. Upon returning to North Carolina she accepted a 3-year teaching position with Wake County Public Schools, teaching Japanese to local middle and high school students. Recently she has worked as a contract archaeologist in the western part of the state.

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