Florida Public Archaeology Network
West Central Regional Center
4202 E. Fowler Ave, SOC 110
Tampa, FL 33620
Jeff Moates, M.A., RPA
West Central Region Director
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Jeff is the Director of the West Central Regional Center of FPAN. He earned a M.A. in History/Historical Archaeology and a B.A. in Anthropology from the University of West Florida. Jeff’s work experiences prior to FPAN include employment as a field tech and crew chief with Archaeological Consultants, Inc (Sarasota, FL), an underwater archaeologist for the FL Bureau of Archaeological Research, and museum curator at the Florida Maritime Museum at Cortez. Jeff enjoys coffee and smoked mullet, but not necessarily at the same time.
Rebecca O'Sullivan, M.A., RPA
Public Archaeology Coordinator II
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Becky O’Sullivan earned a Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology from the University of Florida and a Master’s degree in Applied Anthropology with a concentration in Cultural Resource Management from the University of South Florida. Becky’s thesis focused on a survey of Bulow Plantation, an early 19th century sugar plantation located along the east coast of Florida, near what is now Daytona. In addition to using GIS and high-tech survey techniques, another area of interest for her is the archaeology of the more recent past. Becky got her start working with FPAN as a volunteer on the West Central Region’s Driftwood Community Archaeology Project. Working in partnership with local residents, this survey of a neighborhood near St. Petersburg uncovered the remains of an early historic settlement in the area.
Kassie Kemp, M.A.
Public Archaeology Coordinator I
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Kassie Kemp earned her Bachelor’s degree in Archaeology and Anthropology at Baylor University in Texas and her MA in Applied Anthropology with a concentration in Cultural Resource Management from the University of South Florida. She also enjoys using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for which she received a Graduate Certificate. Kassie’s thesis work focused on prehistoric pottery from the Crystal River archaeological site in Citrus County. Her interests are in prehistoric archaeology, ceramic studies, and public archaeology. Kassie began working at FPAN in 2013.