My name is Julie Richko. I am originally from the United States and I moved to Spain in 2017. I am a hard worker, patient and organized.
I have experience working in a culturally-sensitive environment while in this position as I was responsible for contributing to the museum’s mission to celebrate, preserve and interpret Seminole history by engaging with the public via archaeological collections and the built environment. With a staff of twelve archaeologists and volunteers under my direction, the tribal archaeological section of the museum implemented strategic plans with the goal of marrying best preservation practices within compliance and due diligence and the needs of the community.
I am trained as an archaeologist and have been teaching archaeology and anthropology for over 10 years. I have experience with developing and/or delivering presentation to tribal members and other stakeholders while at my post with the Seminole Tribe of Florida’s THPO. In this role, I developed and implemented strategic plans to ensure and improve the archaeological practices on tribal lands. To this end, I created and implemented standard operating procedures and museum policies which aided in the installation and interpretation of artefacts within the museum. An online presence was maintained showcasing the museum’s public events and public outreach programmes.
I have a PhD in Archaeology from University College Dublin.
My teaching approach
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