Jana J. Futch (B.A. University of Washington, M.A. University of South Florida; RPA) joined Brockington as an archaeologist in June 2011, soon after receiving her Master’s degree in Applied Anthropology and Cultural Resource Management from the University of South Florida. In the last ten years, Ms. Futch has participated in archaeological survey and excavation projects in Ireland, East Timor, and throughout the United States. While her life-long interest in archaeology has led her to explore several aspects of the field, including ground penetrating radar, zooarchaeology, and museum curation, her primary interest and area of expertise is the historic archaeology of the Southeast. Her thesis on the development of a Reconstruction era town in south Florida allowed her to pursue this focus, as well as examine issues surrounding the intersection of class, race, and politics. Ms. Futch is passionate about public archaeology and community outreach, and has developed and participated in numerous programs and events designed to make information about archaeology accessible and interesting for people of all ages. Ms. Futch currently serves as a project manager in our Atlanta office.