Emily K. Dale, RPA has twenty years of experience in historic preservation and Cultural Resources Management across the public and private sectors. She has directed and managed archaeological projects across the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic regions and has over ten years of experience working at the State Historic Preservation Offices of West Virginia, South Carolina, and Louisiana. Ms. Dale is highly experienced with federal regulatory compliance in accordance with NEPA and Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act and is skilled at working with diverse interest groups including tribal, federal, state, and local agencies; industry specialists; and the public. Ms. Dale’s GIS experience includes geodatabase and web application management, distribution and viewshed analysis, probability modeling, georeferencing, and story map development.
Ms. Dale holds a B.A. in Anthropology from Warren Wilson College, an M.A. in Archaeology from the University of South Carolina at Columbia, and a Graduate Certificate in GIS from the University of West Florida.