Trish joined HRAF in 1991 as a volunteer to realize a long-standing ambition to immerse herself in the study of the cultures of the world — past and present. She had previously worked in finance and banking. She is now a full-time employee and coordinates the production of eHRAF World Cultures and eHRAF Archaeology, and is the managing editor of Cross-Cultural Research. Trish has a BA in Humanities from Albertus Magnus College. She has participated in field trips to Puerto Rico, Burkina Faso, and Native American communities in the American Southwest. She has served as an archaeological assistant at site excavations on Block Island, RI, and the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation, CT. Exploring old cemeteries is one of her many leisure time activities and she has published in AGS Quarterly.
Updated January 14, 2010