JENNIE A. STOTT, M.A., R.P.A.
Jennie A. Stott is an archaeologist with over 14 years of experience in the environmental resources field. She has worked on a variety of projects throughout Southern California as an archaeological and paleontological monitor, and a project manager, with JMA since 2010. Ms. Stott has experience in a variety of capacities, including the management of archaeological and paleontological field technicians working on multiple projects, the preparation of archaeological site records and technical reports, and data management for long-term projects. She has participated in pre-construction surveys, salvage operations, and report writing.
Her research in archaeology ranges from extensive fieldwork on the Southern California Channel Islands. She has been published in The Journal of California and Great Basin Archaeology. Her thesis research involved the detailed paleo-ecological analyses of microfauna from cave sites along the California coast highlighting her attention to detail and passion for multi-faceted approaches to research.
- B.A. Anthropology California State University, Los Angeles, 2010
- M.A. Anthropology (Archaeology Option) California State University, Los Angeles, 2013