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Morgan Bartlett, BA

Project Manager

Based at Kleanza's Vancouver Island (Bowser) office, Morgan oversees all aspects of projects, from inception to closure, including cost estimates, client and First Nations liaison, field mobilization, reporting and analysis, budgets and timelines, and project closure. She is a field director for coastal BC, and Kleanza's designated osteologist and faunal analyst.


Experience

Years: 10

Regions: coastal BC; Arizona; southern Spain

Specializations: osteology; zooarchaeology; forestry; large and small scale infrastructure; working with all levels of government; field skills; community archaeology; physical/biological anthropology; plant management; CMTs


Education

BA Archaeology (2010), Simon Fraser University


Professional affiliations

BC Association of Professional Archaeologists (Associate)

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Jenny Botica, PhD, RPCA, RPA, CAHP

Principal

Based at Kleanza's Vancouver Island (Bowser) office, Jenny is co-owner of Kleanza, oversees quality assurance, quality control, senior review, and stakeholder engagement for all projects. She is a permit holder and field director for coastal and interior BC. Jenny directs Kleanza's education, training, communication, and heritage permitting and policy initiatives, and is a RISC Instructor.


Experience

Years: 18

Regions: coastal BC; interior BC; Yukon; Northwest Territories; Arizona; Jordan; Belize

Specializations: education and training; permitting and policy; heritage sovereignty; public archaeology; anthropological archaeology; applied archaeology; wetsites; field skills; ethics; looting; site formation processes


Education

Provincial Instructor Diploma Program (2019), Vancouver Community College

PhD Archaeology (2017), Simon Fraser University 

MA Archaeology (2005), Universiteit Leiden, NL

BA Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology (2004), University of British Columbia


Professional affiliations

BC Association of Professional Archaeologists (RPCA — Registered Professional Consulting Archaeologist)

Register of Professional Archaeologists

Canadian Association of Heritage Professionals (Board of Directors)

Archaeological Society of BC

Society for American Archaeology

Society for Applied Anthropology

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Liz Campbell, BA

Operations Manager

Liz is based at our Kleanza's Vancouver Island (Bowser) office, as Operations Manager. She oversees day to day operations of the company, as well as company health as the Health and Safety Officer. She is also a field archaeologist, with experience throughout coastal BC.


Education

BA Archaeology (2013), Simon Fraser University

Certicate in Cultural Resource Management (2013), Simon Fraser University


Experience

Years: 6

Regions: coastal BC

Specializations: systems; wetsites; traditional use studies


Professional affiliations

BC Association of Professional Archaeologists (Associate)



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Suzy Carruthers, BA

Archaeologist

Based at Kleanza's Terrace office, Suzy is a field supervisor with experience in coastal and interior BC. She has experience working on industry and academic projects in the mid-Fraser Plateau.


Education

BSc Environmental Science, Archaeology, Anthropology (2015), Simon Fraser University

Certificate Cultural Resource Management (2015), Simon Fraser University


Experience

Years: 7

Regions: coastal BC; interior BC; Tonga; Fiji

Specializations: museology; laboratory analysis; zooarchaeology; education and training; public archaeology; marine archaeology; traditional use studies


Professional affiliations

BC Association of Professional Archaeologists (Associate)

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Jordan Eng, BA

Project Manager

Based at Kleanza's Vancouver Island (Bowser) office, Jordan oversees all aspects of projects, from inception to closure. His duties includes proposals and cost estimates, permitting, client and First Nation liaisons, field work, lab work and analysis, and reporting. He has Field Director status for both coastal and interior regions of BC and can hold permits with the Archaeology Branch.


Experience

Years: 11

Regions: coastal BC; interior BC

Specializations: lithics; middle-prehistoric period; mapping; photography


Education

BA Archaeology (2010), Simon Fraser University

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Rob Field, BA, RPCA

Archaeologist — Marine and Terrestrial

Based at Kleanza's Vancouver Island (Bowser) office, Rob is a marine and terrestrial archaeologist with experience in all regions of the province (coastal, interior, and sub-boreal [northeastern]). He is the only WorkSafe certified, commercial SCUBA diver, and professional archaeologist in the province. Rob is also a RISC instructor.


Experience

Years: 24

Regions: coastal BC; interior BC; sub-boreal (northeastern) BC

Specializations: marine archaeology; lithics; education and public outreach; CMTs 


Education

DIVESAFE International (2016), Unrestricted Commercial SCUBA diver

BA Archaeology (1993), Simon Fraser University


Professional Affiliations

BC Association of Professional Archaeologists (RPCA — Registered Professional Consulting Archaeologist)

Diver Certification Board of Canada


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Travis Freeland, PhD

Project Manager

Based at Kleanza's Terrace office, Travis oversees all aspects of projects, from inception to closure, including cost estimates, client and First Nations liaison, field mobilization, reporting and analysis, budgets and timelines, and project closure. He is a field supervisor for coastal and interior BC, and a RISC teaching assistant.


Experience

Years: 14

Regions: coastal BC; interior BC; Ontario; Belize; Fiji; West Polynesia

Specializations: forestry; community archaeology; CMT studies; landscape archaeology; monumental archaeology; education and training; pXRF; remote sensing


Education

PhD (2018), Simon Fraser University

MA Archaeology (2013), Simon Fraser University

BA Hons Anthropology (2010), Trent University


Professional affiliations

BC Association of Professional Archaeologists (Associate)

Editors Canada (Student Affiliate)

Society for American Archaeology

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Elle Glover, BA

Archaeologist

Based at Kleanza's Vancouver office as a field supervisor, Elle is responsible for managing field crews, and reporting and analysis. She has undertaken fieldwork in coastal, sub-boreal (northeastern), and interior BC.


Experience

Years: 3

Regions: interior BC; sub-boreal (northeastern) BC; coastal BC

Specializations: large and small scale infrastructure, commercial, residential, and industrial projects; wetsites; archival research; museum curation and exhibition 


Education

BA Archaeology (2015), Simon Fraser University


Professional affiliations

BC Association of Professional Archaeologists (Associate)

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Kevin Haugrud, BA

Archaeologist

Based at Kleanza's Prince Rupert office as a field director (interior and sub-boreal), Kevin is responsible for managing field crews, liaising with clients and First Nations, and reporting and analysis. He has undertaken fieldwork in coastal, sub-boreal (northeastern), and interior BC.


Experience

Years: 12

Regions: interior BC; sub-boreal (northeastern) BC; coastal BC; Saskatchewan; Alberta

Specializations: large and small scale infrastructure, commercial, residential, and industrial projects; wetsites; artifact analysis


Education

Additional archaeology coursework (ongoing)

BA Anthropology (2012), University of Alberta


Professional affiliations

BC Association of Professional Archaeologists (Associate)

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Sheriff Hossain, BA

Archaeologist

Based at Kleanza's Vancouver office as a field supervisor, Sheriff is responsible for managing field crews, and reporting and analysis. He has undertaken fieldwork in coastal and interior BC, and Ontario.


Experience

Years: 10

Regions: interior BC; sub-boreal (northeastern) BC; coastal BC; sub-boreal (northeastern) BC; Ontario

Specializations: large and small scale infrastructure, commercial, residential, and industrial projects


Education

BA Archaeology and Anthropology (2008), Simon Fraser University

Diploma, Computer Analyst and Programmer (2000), CDI College


Professional affiliations

BC Association of Professional Archaeologists (Associate)

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Kay Jollymore, MA, RPCA

Senior Archaeology Manager

Based in Kleanza’s Vancouver office, Kay oversees quality assurance, quality control, senior review, client and First Nations liaison, reporting, analysis, budgets and timelines. She is a permit holder and field director for northwestern BC (subarctic/boreal forest), Nunavut, Northwest Territories, and Saskatchewan. Kay is an approved RISC Instructor.


Experience

Years: 15+
Regions: Northwestern British Columbia (subarctic/boreal), Northwest Territories, Nunavut, Canadian Prairies
Specializations: Large and small scale infrastructure, mineral exploration, mine-site developments, linear developments, working with stakeholders (Aboriginal communities, public, developers, and government), Environmental Assessment applications, permitting and policy, ethics, education and training, field skills, alpine archaeology, obsidian lithics, prairie archaeology, ethnobotany, CMTs, archival research, museum curation.


Education
MA Archaeology (2016), University of Saskatchewan
BA Archaeology (2001), Simon Fraser University


Professional Affiliations
BC Association of Professional Archaeologists (RPCA – Registered Professional Consulting Archaeologist)
Saskatchewan Association of Professional Archaeologists (Professional Member)
Canadian Archaeological Association
Archaeological Society of British Columbia

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Evangeline Kesteven, BA

Archaeologist

Evangeline (Vange) is based at Kleanza's Vancouver office. She has undertaken fieldwork in coastal and sub-boreal (northeastern) BC. 


Experience

Years: 2

Regions: coastal BC; sub-boreal (northeastern) BC; Italy

Interests: wetsites; marine archaeology; ethnobotany; lithics


Education

BA Archaeology (2019), Simon Fraser University

Certificate, Cultural Resource Management (2019), Simon Fraser University


Professional affiliations

BC Association of Professional Archaeologists (Associate)

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Amanda Marshall, MA, RPCA

Principal

Based at Kleanza's Terrace office, Amanda is co-owner and founder of Kleanza, oversees quality assurance, quality control, senior review, and stakeholder engagement for all projects. She is a permit holder and field director for coastal, interior, and sub-boreal (northeastern) BC. Amanda directs Kleanza's contracts, heritage permitting and policy initiatives, and is a RISC Instructor.


Experience

Years: 22

Regions: coastal BC; interior BC; sub-boreal (northeastern) BC; Yukon

Specializations: education and training; permitting and policy; dendrochronology; CMTs 


Education

Dendrochronology (2010), University of Arizona

MA Archaeology (2002), Simon Fraser University

BA Archaeology (1998), University of Northern BC


Professional affiliations

BC Association of Professional Archaeologists (RPCA — Registered Professional Consulting Archaeologist)

Archaeological Society of BC

Society for American Archaeology

Regional District of Kitimat-Stikine Heritage Advisory Committee

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Siena Maxwell, BA

Social Media Manager

As Social Media Manager for Kleanza, Siena uses her communication and media skills to manage social media strategy and design, campaigns and execution internally and as a consultant for our clients. She helps us build long-term relationships through meaningful social interaction to affect positive change in our profession and in the communities where we work.


Experience

Years: 4


Education

MA Communication and Culture (in progress), Ryerson University

BA Media and the Public Interest (2018), University of Western Ontario

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Mirjana McIntyre, BSc

Administrative Assistant

Working out of Kleanza's Vancouver Island (Bowser) office, Mirjana supports all staff and company operations with the Operations Manager. Previously, she worked at the Archaeology Branch, and has experience managing archaeological data, reports, logistics.


Experience

Years: 5

Regions: BC; Belgium; Slovenia

Interests: environmental science; sedimentology and stratigraphy; museums; biological anthropology


Education

BSc Geoscience (2019), Vancouver Island University


Professional affiliations

Engineers and Geoscientists of BC (student)



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Hamish Robertson, BSc

Community Engagement & Business Development Manager

Based at Kleanza's Vancouver office, Hamish is a Registered Professional Forester and Project Management Professional. He joins us from Western Forest Products where, as Indigenous Engagement Manager, he built relationships across all levels of Indigenous communities, capacity building, and engaging with Nations and government on tenure renewals. His prior role was Regional Manager for Associated Engineering's (AE) environmental subsidiary leading environmental scientists and planners in the Vancouver, Yukon and Northwest Territories offices, delivering projects for government, industry and community clients. Early on, he was the Resource Analysis Department Manager at Timberline Natural Resources Group, delivering projects in the forest sector.


Experience

Years: 23

Regions: BC, Yukon, Northwest Territories

Specializations: Indigenous relationship building; economic development; project management; engineering; natural resources 


Education

Allied Sciences Forestry Pupil Program (1998), University of BC

BSc Geography (1994), University of Victoria, BC


Professional affiliations

Association of BC Forest Professional (RPF — Registered Professional Forester) 

Project Management Institute (PMP — Project Management Professional)

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Wendy Rolston

GIS Technician — Magellan Digital Mapping

Wendy is a GIS Technician at Magellan Digital Mapping, based in Terrace. She supplies map drafting and GIS modelling for Kleanza, including modelling for archaeological potential and creating detailed site maps. GIS and modelling can vary depending on the type and scope of a specific project. Wendy is adept in the usage of ArcGIS to create complex, multi-component predictive models from vector and raster data sets, including LiDAR DEMs.


Experience

Years: 20

Regions: BC

Specializations: silviculture; GIS; modelling, predictive models; LiDAR


Education

ArcInfo GIS Certificate, Okanagan University

Fish, Wildlife, and Recreation Land Management Diploma, BCIT

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Linda Smashnuk

Invoicing Assistant

Based at Kleanza's Terrace office, Linda works with the Operations Manager in invoicing, accounts, and administration


Experience:

Years: 28


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Kelly Steele

Creative Director

Kelly is the Creative Director of our Stories & Outreach Division and her focus will be on documenting stories of truth and reconciliation, language reclamation and sovereignty in the areas of conservation, environment, heritage and culture. For over 25 years, Kelly has produced documentary films and developed social media impact campaigns to tackle issues of social injustice, food security, access to medicine, youth mental health, environmental protection, conservation and human rights. 


Experience

Years: 28

Regions: Across Canada


Professional Affiliations:

Documentary Organization of Canada 

International Documentary Association 

WIFT (Women in Film and Television)

The Film Production Network

Cause Marketing Professionals 

Doc Society 

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Tyler Thorpe, BA

Archaeologist

Based at Kleanza's Vancouver Island (Bowser) office as a field supervisor, Tyler is responsible for leading field crews, reporting, and analysis. He has undertaken fieldwork on the coast, sub-boreal (northeastern), and in the interior of BC, and worked on major forestry, transportation, and energy projects.


Experience

Years: 5

Regions: interior BC; sub-boreal (northeastern) BC; coastal BC

Interests: social and landscape archaeology; traditional land management practices; glacier archaeology; wetsites


Education

BA Anthropology (2012), University of British Columbia

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