Natalie holds a Master’s of Science in Archaeology, and several years of progressively complex field experience. Natalie has participated in excavations in Europe and the United States, and has worked as a contract archaeologist and cultural resource manager in Kwajalein for the last four years. Her expertise includes osteology, zooarchaeology, education, conservation and damage mitigations. Natalie has volunteered extensively with many local historical societies, helping these groups with creating management plans, and working to educate the public. Natalie’s role within the Kwajalein MIA Project is to advise and assist the Project Leader with making sure the documentation of MIA-related wreck sites is done properly and submitted to the proper agencies and authorities.