NEH Landmarks project volunteer Lilly Martinez continues to provide invaluable assistance in her role working to coordinate program schedules, scholars, and project activities.
Lilly Martinez serves as an NEH Landmarks Fourteenth Colony project volunteer who has worked diligently to assist with the coordination of program schedules and activities. Ms. Martinez is a graduate of San Jose State University, and obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree in the Social Sciences.
She is presently the Administrative Budget Analyst for the Division of Social, Behavioral and Global Studies of the California State University, Monterey Bay.
Her interest in California archaeology and Mission Studies was first sparked when she began work with Dr. Rubén Mendoza some seventeen years ago. She continues to work with Dr. Mendoza and Division faculty on research and service projects pertaining to ethnographic field work, geographic information systems, and others areas constituting the social and behavioral sciences.