Alexandra began her consulting archaeology career in 2014. She is a permit-holder in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, the Yukon, and the Northwest Territories, and has participated in HRIAs, HRIMs and large-scale mitigations. Alexandra also has experience conducting traditional land use assessments with First Nations and managing Indigenous consultation for provincially led developments. She obtained her Master in Environmental Studies from Lakehead University, focusing on determining the presence and absence of the Three Sisters (maize, beans, and squash) from Middle Woodland archaeological components in northern Minnesota. Alexandra enjoys reading and playing board games in her spare time, so she’s the perfect fit here. Fun fact: Alexandra assisted in excavations at the ancient city of Tel Beth-Shemesh in Israel.