THE FULLSCOPE NW TEAM
JENa KAlli, archaeologist, researcher & PROJECT MANAGER
Jena received a B.S. in Anthropology from the University of Oregon. Her career in Cultural Resource Management began on a project in New Jersey surrounded by cows. Since then she has worked in a wide range of settings from the side of the New York Thruway, remote areas accessible only by helicopters in Alaska, the Mojave Desert in July, the deep south in summer, and the rain, mud, and the invasive blackberry brambles of the Pacific Northwest. Her experience has resulted in a diverse set of skills for the field, lab, and office.
Jena has participated in fieldwork in Alaska, Arkansas, California, Connecticut, Florida, Idaho, Indiana, Maine, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, South Carolina, Texas, and Washington.
Jena is currently studying for a master’s degree in conservation biology and inquiry based learning through Miami University in Ohio and the Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle. She has always been fascinated by animal behavior (including humans) and protecting environmental health. Through her future work she hopes to increase the public’s environmental and scientific literacy. She is grateful to have found a masters program that allows her to build on her anthropology background in a meaningful way while living on San Juan Island.
Jeremy Ripin, Principal
Jeremy received a B.A. in Anthropology from the University of Vermont and his M.S. from Central Washington University. He has over 16 years of experience working throughout the United States and parts of the Caribbean. Jeremy has conducted archaeological research in the San Juan Islands since 2014.
His areas of interest include archaeological field methods, geomorphology, geographic information systems, and analysis of aerial imagery and remote sensing.