Fred C. Cook
Fred C. Cook earned his master's degree in anthropology/archaeology from Florida State University in 1978. He has over 30 years of experience as a principal investigator in CRM archaeology projects. He specializes in Mississippian and Historic period archaeology of the Georgia Coast. He is a member of the Georgia Council of Professional Archaeologists, the Society for Georgia Archaeology, the South Georgia Archaeological Research Team, and is listed in the Register of Professional Archaeologists (#12036).
S. Dwight Kirkland
S. Dwight Kirkland (president) holds a master's degree in anthropology/archaeology from the University of Georgia. Although he has been a practicing professional archaeologist since 1994, his research in the archaeology of the region began in 1972. His research interest is primarily the Archaic and Woodland period archaeology of the Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plains of Georgia and northern Florida and also in the paleoecology of the Southeastern United States. He is a member of the Society for American Archaeology, the Southeastern Archaeological Conference, the Georgia Council of Professional Archaeologists, the Society for Georgia Archaeology, the Florida Anthropological Society, the South Georgia Archaeological Research Team, and is listed in the Register of Professional Archaeologists (#15350).
Rosanne Moore earned a master’s degree in anthropology from the University of Memphis and a master’s degree in Library Science from Vanderbilt University's Peabody College. She is the quality assurance officer for SEH and is responsible for seeing that we maintain the highest standards in our work. She implements Good Field and Laboratory Practice programs and conducts internal audits that test the quality of the field, laboratory, and reporting phases of our work. She is a member of the Society for Georgia Archaeology, Florida Anthropological Society, Southeastern Archaeological Conference, and the American Association for State and Local History.
Chris T. Trowell
Chris T. Trowell holds a specialist's degree from Georgia Southern University and is Associate Professor of Social Sciences Emeritus at South Georgia College. He has a long history of research and publishing on subjects related to the nineteenth and twentieth century history of southern Georgia. He is acclaimed as the leading scholar on the human history and the historical geography of the Okefenokee Swamp. He is a member of the Southeastern Archaeological Conference, Society for Georgia Archaeology, Georgia Historical Society, Georgia Association of Historians, Association of American Geographers, the South Georgia Archaeological Research Team, and many other local and national societies.