Old Pueblo Archaeology Center

Staff

Additional Education Program Employees

Alicia R. Coughlan (B.A.) is a part-time education program instructor and an archaeologist for research projects. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in anthropology and is currently working on her Master’s degree in education and her elementary education certification. Mrs. Coughlan has contract archaeology experience in Arizona and New Mexico and has diverse teaching experience including traditional classroom teaching and as an outdoor wilderness counselor, river guide, and English as second language tutor in Arizona and Cuernavaca, Mexico.

Jill N. Doyle (B.A.) is a part-time education program instructor and tour guide for education programs and an archaeologist for research projects. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in anthropology with an emphasis in archaeology, has attended field schools in Colorado, Brazil, and Chile, and has contract archaeology experience in Arizona. Ms. Doyle’s education experience includes director of studies, coordinator, administrator, and teacher for the European Studies Center in England and Italy. She is an active member of the Arizona and San Diego tour guide associations.

Tylia Varilek (B.A.) is a part-time education program instructor and an archaeologist for research projects. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in anthropology with a minor in Spanish. Ms. Varilek has contract archaeology and laboratory experience in Arizona and in Chianciano Terme, Italy.

Barbara C. "Cris" Wagner (B.A.) is a part-time education program instructor and tour guide for education programs. She attended archaeological field school at Southern Utah University and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Spanish with an emphasis in Portuguese and anthropology. Mrs. Wagner’s education experience includes working as an education program assistant and curatorial assistant at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Pittsburgh, and as a Spanish translator and interpreter.

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