Grant holds a Master of Science degree in Industrial Archaeology and Bachelor of Arts degrees in both Anthropology and Public Relations/Advertising. He has over 20 years of expertise in Historic, Industrial, Maritime and Prehistoric Archaeology as well as experience in Architectural History. He is currently serving as the Cultural Resources Supervisor for 11 Kwajalein Atoll islands leased by the Department of Defense within the Republic of the Marshall Islands, and he was recently elected president of the Marshallese Cultural Center and Museum on Kwajalein Atoll. He has a strong working knowledge of cultural heritage/resource management laws and regulations, and experience providing regulatory compliance and consultation to support international, federal, state, local, and commercial projects and research. He has managed archaeological/cultural projects for multiple US federal agencies, including the Departments of Defense/military, Energy, Transportation, Interior, as well as commercial, and academic research projects throughout the United States and overseas. Grant has been researching underwater archaeological projects since the mid-1990s and he has logged over 200 dives, a number of which are related to wreck exploration and scientific research. Grant is a PADI Rescue Diver with PADI certifications in Nitrox/Enriched Air, Wreck Diving, Archaeology, Deep Diving and Drift Diving.