74 King Street
St. Augustine, FL 32085-1027
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 reviewing compliance projects for the Kentucky Heritage Council. She now serves as Director for FPAN's Northeast and East Central Regions, statewide coordinator and Leadership Team member for Project Archaeology, Chair for the Society for Historical Archaeology's Public Education and Interpretation Committee, and sits on the Historic Resource Review Board for St. Johns County. Her specialties include public archaeology, historical archaeology, municipal archaeology and historic cemeteries.
Ryan Harke, M.A.
Public Archaeology Coordinator II
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Ryan Harke is a prehistoric archaeologist who specializes in the study of modern and ancient mollusc shells in order to reconstruct past environments and determine human impacts on coastal ecosystems. He earned a BS in anthropology at Missouri State University and a MA in applied anthropology at the University of South Florida. He has worked in CRM archaeology throughout the Midwest and Southeast, and is currently the public archaeology coordinator at Flagler College.
Emily Jane Murray, M.A.
Public Archaeology Coordinator I
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Emily Jane Murray earned a MA in Anthropology from Brandeis University where she focused on public archaeology and site museums in Northeast Florida, and a BA in Communications from Flagler College. She has worked in CRM throughout the Southeastern United States and created numerous outreach tools including videos, activities and museum displays. She currently works as a Public Archaeology Coordinator for the Florida Public Archaeology Network Northeast and East Central Regions and serves on the boards of the St. Augustine Archaeological Association, the Florida Anthropological Society and the Trail of Florida's Indian Heritage. Her interests include Florida's prehistoric archaeology, historic cemeteries and public archaeology and interpretation.