Sarah Izzi received a Bachelor of Science in Archaeological Science from the Pennsylvania State University in 2010 and a master’s degree in Anthropology with a focus in Archaeology and Museum Studies from California State University, Chico in 2016. Her master’s thesis project was a consideration of the methodological steps within the revisitation process of existing curated archaeological collections to further research and provide viable data for possible reinterpretations of material culture.
She has worked in cultural resource management in California since 2010 and has been working with Far Western since 2016. At Far Western she performs a wide variety of archaeological work. Sarah is involved in project management including extensive coordination with clients, Tribal representatives, and strategizing and implementing approaches to project compliance. She coordinates and conducts field survey and monitoring efforts, records searches, Native American consultation, and technical report writing. She enjoys working with the Society for California Archaeology and is especially interested in archaeological curation.