Kenzie Jessome, MA – Senior Archaeologist, Lead Field Director
In addition to being the founding Partner of In Situ Anthropological Consulting, Kenzie Jessome (MA, University of British Columbia) is In Situ’s Senior Archaeologist and our lead Field Director on major projects and scientific investigations.
Kenzie has worked with indigenous groups from across the world including Panama, Mexico and throughout Eastern and Western Canada. Most recently Kenzie has worked closely with First Nations in the Northwest Coast of Canada and has devoted his career to understanding the archaeological context on the Sunshine Coast, BC.
Ambra Agricola, BA- Museum Anthropologist
Ambra completed her BA in Anthropology at the University of British Columbia in 2021 and plans to undertake an MA in International Heritage Management and Consultancy at the University of Exeter.
Specializing in public archaeology and museology, her interests include the indigenization of research methods, reconciliation, ethno-archaeology, and the mobilization of heritage repositories to empower communities.
Ambra’s experience curating an exhibition at the Museum of Anthropology (MOA) and its in-house Lab of Archaeology (LOA) exposed her to the importance of collaboration with indigenous peoples in Canada’s pursuit of reconciliation. This motivates her to continue her research within the shíshálh swiya.
Ashley Jessome, Managing Director
As Operations Manager and Partner at In Situ Anthropological Consulting, Ashley oversees the planning and execution of our projects.
Bringing experience in team co-ordination, project management, community outreach and client relations from both the private and charitable sectors from throughout Canada, UK and the Middle East.
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