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2017: Zelda Harrison and Sophie Goodman

NAPA is happy to announce that Zelda Harrison has been named NAPA’s Volunteer of the Year! Zelda launched and has been instrumental in developing NAPA’s Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/NAPA.Anthro), which is a prominent “public face” of NAPA. Also receiving a Special Recognition from NAPA is Sophie Goodman, who is Zelda’s partner in keeping the Facebook content lively and current. [Excerpted from

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2016: Tom Greaves

NAPA’s first Volunteer of the Year awardee is Tom Greaves, who has served as the coordinator for the NAPA Mentor Match program for several years. If you are planning to attend the Minneapolis meeting, come to the NAPA Business Meeting on Friday evening to help celebrate! Tom chose anthropology (initially archaeology) as a life career at age 13 by volunteering

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Kenny Latta

BiographyKenny was raised in Memphis and attended Christian Brothers University, where he completed a BA in Religion and Philosophy in 2010. After completing his degree, he served two years through the Lasallian Volunteers program, tutoring and mentoring in a Catholic high school in New York City. He returned to Memphis in 2012 and enrolled in the graduate program in applied

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Ashley Gallentine

  BiographyAshley Gallentine serves as a Dedicated Advisor with Crimson Clinical Advantage, a division of the Advisory Board Company. She specializes in identifying opportunities for enhancing care management, emergency department utilization, population risk management, and physician engagement in both the acute and ambulatory settings. Prior to this, Ashley was the Community Health Needs Assessment Coordinator at Florida Hospital Tampa for

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Lillie Dao

Conducting a nutrition education activity with children living in the Monteverde Zone of Costa Rica   Biography Lillie U. Dao is an avid social justice advocate devoted to working with underserved and marginalized communities to increase access to health services and health education. She is pursuing a research career in public health with a focus on medical anthropology, health disparities,

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Nadine Dangerfield

  Biography: Nadine holds a BA in anthropology from Curtin University (Perth, Western Australia) and an MAA from the University of Maryland. Her research interests include interpretation of Native American heritage and new museology. She has collaborated with the Piscataway people of Maryland on several projects and is currently pursuing a Certificate in Museum Scholarship and Material Culture. Nadine serves

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Joe Watkins Interview

The interview below is with Joe Watkins, PhD, Chief of Tribal Relations and American Cultures at the National Park Service and owner of Archaeological and Cultural Education (ACE) Consultants. Terry Redding conducted the interview.

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Susan Tratner Interview

Interview with Susan Tratner, PhD, Associate Professor at SUNY Empire State College. Terry Redding conducted the interview.

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Tanya Rodriguez Interview

The interview below is with Tanya Rodriguez, PhD and Senior Cultural Anthropologist at Hormel Foods. Terry Redding conducted the interview.

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Carol Ellick Interview

The interview below is with Carol Ellick, MA, Owner of Archaeological and Cultural Education (ACE) Consultants. Terry Redding conducted the interview.

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