Jennifer Wildt, Ph.D., RPA, has 15 years of archaeological experience, working for CRM firms, the National Park Service, in museums, and at universities. She has a wide range of experience throughout the eastern and central United States, as well as in Guatemala. Dr. Wildt is a member of the Register of Professional archaeologists and earned her Ph.D. in Archaeology from Boston University. At WSA, Dr. Wildt serves as a Project Director overseeing a variety of commercial and residential developments. Prior to joining WSA, Dr. Wildt worked for Prentice Thomas and Associates, based in Destin, Florida, on projects in Florida, Alabama, and Louisiana. She was responsible for NEPA evaluations, Section 106 and 110 compliance projects, proposal development, supervising field crews, recording historic towns, faunal analysis, research, public outreach, writing and editing reports. For six years, Dr. Wildt was co-director of the Wakefield Summer Archaeology Institute, a field school for high school-age students at the Wakefield Estate in Milton, Massachusetts, where she developed the curriculum, directed excavations, wrote reports, and monitored construction activities when necessary. For three field seasons, she was a field supervisor for the San Bartolo-Xultun Regional Archaeology Project in Guatemala, directing excavations at Classic Maya ritual and residential architectural groups. Dr. Wildt has also worked for the National Park Service in Washington, DC and Boston, MA, processing prehistoric and historic artifacts, and helped to rehouse the Jamestown Glass Collection.