NEH Fourteenth Colony Program Coordinator and Design Consultant, Sonoma State University Cultural Resources Management graduate student and mission studies scholar.
Program Coordinator and Design Consultant
Jennifer A. Lucido, BA, was the co-author of the NEH Digital Enhancement Supplement grant that funded the development of this resource, and is the program coordinator, content developer, and design consultant for this NEH Fourteenth Colony California Missions Resource for Teachers website. Ms. Lucido is a graduate of the California State University, Monterey Bay, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Social and Behavioral Sciences. Specializing in California archaeology and Mission era life ways of the Monterey Bay, she is presently a graduate student in the Cultural Resources Management Program at Sonoma State University, and continues her studies into the archaeology of the missions and sole presidio of the Monterey Bay.
Ms. Lucido’s extensive field experience includes Missions San Juan Bautista and Soledad, as well as her recent efforts with the Society for California Archaeology’s coastal survey of Marin County. She continues her analyses of collections from the Royal Presidio of Monterey, and recently published “Decoding the Bones: Spanish Colonial Butchering Practices at the Royal Presidio of Monterey” with the Boletín of the California Mission Studies Association (Lucido 2013).