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Denise Killeen

Denise Killeen

Communications and Data Associate

Westchester Children's Association

New York City, NY

I am a not-for-profit professional who is particularly interested in using research and data analysis to come up with creative solutions to complex issues.

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Westchester Children's Association

Communications and Data Associate

As in most nonprofit settings, I wear many hats in my position. I am responsible for managing external communications for the organization, being the voice while maintaining branding. When I'm not doing that, I am working with the Director of Data Analysis to analyze data related to young people and visualizing it in way that others can easily digest it.

College of Charleston

Bachelor of Science, Anthropology

I spent the first two years of my college career not only switching schools but undecided in what I wanted to study. I finally had a professor that opened my mind and truly intrigued me with the study of human beings. Anthropology, specifically archaeology, is a true passion of mine; I find human beings fascinating both culturally and throughout history.

Rio Bravo Archaeological Survey

Archaeologist

After being requested by the Project Director to return as a staff member after one field season as a student, I have spent a total of 5 seasons with the Rio Bravo Archaeological Survey. As a staff person I was responsible for solely managing all excavation, necessary paperwork and on-site safety of the unit, as well as, overseeing and teaching field students in archaeological field techniques, completion of various forms as well as compiling all necessary profiles and plan maps of the unit. For two seasons, I directly assisted a specialized cave archaeological graduate student in excavation and learned mapping techniques of a cave unit. After these two season, we presented and published a paper and poster on our findings at the 2016 Society for American Archaeology Conference.

http://www.belizearchaeologyfieldschool.com