Louisiana Archaeological Society
-Baton Rouge Chapter-
Originally from Georgia, Brandy moved to Louisiana in 2006 to attend Louisiana State University where she received bachelor’s degrees in Anthropology and Spanish. She has worked as a project manager for Surveys Unlimited Research Associates, Inc. (SURA) since 2012 and is currently pursuing her master’s degree in Anthropology at LSU. She is a member of the Society for American Archaeology and the Geography and Anthropology Society at LSU. Her research interests include Southeastern archaeology, Mesoamerican archaeology, feminist archaeology, and public outreach.
A lifelong resident of Louisiana, Margeaux received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Anthropology in 2014 from Louisiana State University. During that time, she participated in local and international field schools, worked as a field technician for the US Forest Service and participated in a collaborative effort between cultural resource management and academic archaeology in Baton Rouge. After a few years of working in the capital area, she returned to Louisiana State University in 2018 to pursue her Master’s degree in Anthropology. She currently works for a cultural resource management firm out of Baton Rouge. Her interests include southeast archaeology, contact period archaeology, historic archaeology, and public outreach.