Coronado Historic Site
Meet the Staff
Elisabeth Stone is an archaeologist and educator with experience in museum interpretation and historic preservation throughout New Mexico. She grew up in central New Mexico and received her PhD and MA in archaeology from UNM, where she had opportunities for archaeological research on museum collections in Spain, Hungary, France, and Peru. She's enthusiastic about community-led, local interpretations of history and welcomes ideas and collaborations from community members. Her favorite artifact is the bone needle.
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Annie Campagna is an interpretive ranger at Coronado Historic Site. She is a Florida native who graduated from University of Graduate. From there, she became a District Ranger and Park Supervisor for the East Bay Regional Park District. After this, she moved to New Mexico to work for the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science before finally making her way to work for New Mexico Historic Sites (then called New Mexico State Monuments).
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Adrienne joined Coronado Historic Site as an Instructional Coordinator at the end of January 2020. She moved to New Mexico from her native Oregon 10 years ago with her family to work at the Farmington Museum developing and managing programs and events. Before that she worked as Assistant Curator of Education at the High Desert Museum in Bend, OR and the Director of Education at the Douglas County Museum of Cultural & Natural History in Roseburg, OR. Adrienne earned her Master's in Art History/Museum Studies from the University of Denver and her Bachelor's in Art History, English, and Music from Lawrence University in Appleton, WI. Adrienne lives with her spouse, three children, and animal menagerie. In her spare time she works developing her scholarship on 19th-century British Aesthetic transferware and reads historical non-fiction.
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Anthony Magdalena comes to us from Jemez Pueblo where he served as Manager of the Walatowa Visitor Center. When he's not at work, Anthony raises crops and livestock and enjoys the company of his cat
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Jessica Tharp comes to us from San Angelo, Texas. She is a recent Master's graduate from Texas Tech in Lubbock where she studied medieval history and questions of identity and identity formation. She enjoys reading and hanging out with her elderly chiweenie.
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