Elizabeth C. Cottrell
Graphic Design Specialist, B.A.
Ms. Cottrell has over 10 years experience in cultural resource management primarily in the Mid-Atlantic and South Eastern United States. She has supervised laboratory operations and fieldwork activities and managed an internship program for North American Archaeology at the American Museum of Natural History. Although Ms. Cottrell has an extensive archaeological background, her primary interests lie in graphic design and scientific artwork. Starting as a field technician for Hunter Research in 2010, she transitioned into the graphic design specialist in 2013, most notably co-curating the Sartori to Sacred Heart: Early Catholic Trenton exhibit and booklet, designing numerous interpretive signs for parks in the city of Trenton, and illustrating conjectural reconstructions of archaeological sites.