Meet the team: Amanda CE Harvey, MA, RPA

Education: Amanda received her Bachelor of Science from the University of Florida in anthropology in 2006. She completed her Master of Arts in public archaeology, focusing on outreach and education for museums and archaeological sites, at University College London in 2008. Amanda is currently enrolled in the Educator Preparation Institute at Santa Fe College to receive her teaching licensure.

Experience: Amanda began working in archaeology with the Florida Museum in the Historical Archaeology Department. During this time, she completed field schools in St. Augustine, Florida and Muro Lecesse, Italy with the University of Florida. Before and after graduate school, Amanda gained experience working in cultural resource management throughout the U.S. and museums abroad, and has since returned to the Florida Museum to work with the public in informal science education. Currently, Amanda is an Education Coordinator at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center focusing on bringing informal science and STEM education opportunities to the region.

Amanda is a member of the Register of Professional Archaeologists, the American Alliance of Museums, and the Florida Association of Museums. Since she has recently moved to Maryland, Amanda hopes to become involved with the archaeology and historical heritage organizations of the mid-Atlantic states as well. 


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