Archaeologist, Michigan Historical Center and State Historic Preservation Office
Doctoral Student, Binghamton University Department of Anthropology
Stacy is an archaeologist with the Michigan Historical Center and State Historic Preservation Office in Lansing, Michigan, USA. Her background is in Cultural Resource Management in the Great Lakes region of the United States, historic preservation in urban and regional planning, museums and public archaeology. Stacy is also a Binghamton University Department of Anthropology doctoral student whose research is aligned with, and contributes to, the ezhibiigaadek asin (Sanilac Petroglyphs Site) project. IPinCH research team member Randall McGuire is her academic advisor.
As a state archaeologist and academic researcher, she is committed to helping resolve heritage preservation, access and interpretation issues in her state and region. Stacy is Michigan’s coordinator for the Society for American Archaeology Public Education Committee, sits on the board of directors for the Conference on Michigan Archaeology, and is active in the education and outreach initiatives of the Michigan Historic Preservation Network.