Jeanne processes all donations, manages special events, coordinates Board activities, and organizes Crow Canyon’s Advancement efforts.
Dedicated. Passionate. Resilient.
Each staff member contributes unique perspectives and experiences that advance Crow Canyon’s mission. Collectively, we are committed to inspire ourselves and others to learn.
Jennifer provides guidance on strategic fundraising and stewardship plans to effectively meet donor-funded goals for Crow Canyon.
Laura is responsible program enrollment and assisting with media efforts.
Tammy is the Chef who oversees kitchen operations, and provides delicious meals for all our campus visitors.
Tyson oversees a team of experienced educators, develops curricula for students of all ages, and is a talented flintknapper.
President & CEO; 1995 Education Intern
Liz is the President and CEO of Crow Canyon. She joined the Board in 2016 and was hired as CEO in January 2018. Liz works closely with the Board to oversee finances, programming, and long-term strategic planning.
Chief Outreach Officer
Sarah is an anthropologist interested in the pursuit of knowledge and the global context of the human experience.
Kate is an adventure-travel coordinator and guide, with a passion for river corridors and backcountry wilderness.
Cyle is responsible for the maintenance of campus facilities and grounds.
Laboratory Director; 2017 Lister Fellow
Ben is an archaeologist with a keen interest in how textiles, textile imagery, tree-rings, and pottery reveal clues about social identities.
Executive Vice President, Research Institute at Crow Canyon
Mark is interested in Pueblo culture history, archaeology, public education, and American Indian involvement in archaeology.
Jamie is interested in material culture and what it can tell us about life in the past.
Kellam is a public archaeologist whose research addresses cultural landscapes, monumentality, and political organization.
Human Resources Manager
Judy monitors compliance and best practices for Crow Canyon, and onboards new employees.
Steve enjoys teaching aspects of archaeological investigations in the field.
Paul is interested in natural history, pottery replication, corn domestication and its importance in Pueblo culture.
Major & Planned Gifts Officer
Sarah works with visionary friends who want to help ensure the vitality and future of the organization.
Educator and American Indian Outreach Manager; 1991 Lab Intern
Becky is an experienced educator, founding member of the Native American Advisory Group, and a talented beader.
David is a program manager and a believer in the power of place and story.
EJ oversees payroll, receivables and payables and works with department heads on grant budgets and financial reporting.
Chief Financial Officer
Carla manages financial budgeting, planning, record-keeping, and reporting.
Laboratory Analyst; 2006 Intern
Kate is interested lithic and textile technologies, Southwestern and Great Basin archaeology, and public archaeology.
Chief Mission Officer
Susan is a scientist who researches the built environment and community formation in the ancient Southwest.
Adam loves the natural world and enjoys learning, growing, breathing, and spending time with people.
2021–2022 Postdoctoral Scholar; Research Associate; 2015 Field Intern
Jon is a zooarchaeologist broadly interested in human-environment interactions from the past to the present.
Project Assistant; Lab Volunteer
Susan is a Crow Canyon Earthwatch alumna and experimental potter interested in the archaeology of southwestern peoples.
Community Outreach Manager
Tayler helps people forge bonds with diverse peoples through travel and experiential education.
Facilities Director; 2008 Field Intern
Johnny has a background in archaeology and sustainable building, and loves to imagine where Crow Canyon will be in ten years.
Research Database Manager
Grant is interested in how communities organize, evolve, and interact with each other.
2021 Education Intern; Mission Associate
Jeremy studies Geographic Information Sciences at the University of Arizona and is interested in spatial correlations between agriculture, trade and architecture in the ancient Southwest.