2460 North Courtenay Parkway, Unit 209
Merritt Island, FL 32953
Sarah E. Miller, M.A., RPA
Northeast Region Director
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Sarah Miller received her Masters degree in Anthropology from East Carolina University in 2001 where she developed archaeology education programs at Tryon Palace in New Bern, North Carolina. Upon graduation from ECU, Ms. Miller supervised field and lab projects with public involvement for the Kentucky Archaeological Survey, as well as reviewed compliance projects for the Kentucky Heritage Council. She now serves as Director for FPAN's Northeast and East Central Regions, national Leadership Team member and statewide coordinator for Project Archaeology, and Board Member for the St. Augustine Archaeology Association and Society for Historical Archaeology. Her specialties include public archaeology, historical archaeology, municipal archaeology and historic cemeteries.
Public Archaeology Coordinator
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Kevin Gidusko graduated in 2011 from the University of Central Florida with a B.A. in Anthropology and shortly after began work in FPAN’s East Central Region conducting public outreach and education. He has been in involved in historic and prehistoric archaeology in the Central Florida region since 2009. Kevin served as president of the Central Florida Anthropological Society from 2009-2015. He returned to UCF to work toward a Master’s degree in Anthropology where his research focuses on the use of ground penetrating radar, photogrammetry, geographic information systems (GIS), and other remote sensing applications in archaeology. His specialties include Florida archaeology, prehistoric archaeology, geophysical applications in archaeology, and public archaeology.
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Elisha Tisdale graduated from the University of Central Florida in 2011 with a B.A. in Anthropology. She is currently completing her M.A. in Anthropology at the same institution, specializing in biological anthropology and in bio-archaeology – the study of human remains in archaeological contexts. Elisha has participated in local archaeological surveys in Central Florida, and has served as the Public Outreach Coordinator for the Graduate Student Association at the University of Central Florida. Her specialties include skeletal analysis, ancient hair analysis, and public archaeology.