To Whom It May Concern:
Over the last few decades, the topic of anthropology with a feminist perspective has emerged as a vibrant social, political and cultural field of study. As a feminist archaeologist, I am committed to connecting students to the educational benefits of cultural, economic and social awareness free of age, race and socio-economic barriers.
Through my previous experience working with museums and other colleges, I am a committed community and international leader engaged in several ongoing programs have impacted residents, neighboring boroughs and reached as far as other parts of North American and Europe, affecting the global landscape as it pertains to culture, language, social standing.
In addition to my teaching experience, I have four years of experience with strategic and fiscal development working closely to foster excellent working relationships with various government and state bodies as well as other organizations. As the Senior Project Manager for CBRE and the Tribal Archaeologist for the Seminole Tribe of Florida, I have gained experience of management within a research environment as well as experience in organizing and leading project teams. I have supervised and led teams of up to 12 employees at a time and have a proven track record of managing projects which operate at a range of scales from local to international.
Please feel free to contact me if this or any future opportunities are suitable with my qualifications. I look forward to meeting you in the future.
Julie Richko Labate