Archaeological and Historical Conservancy|
Robert S. Carr, Executive Director
Archaeological and Historical Conservancy, Inc.
4800 Davie Road, Suite 107,
Davie, FL 33314
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Meet the AHC Staff
Robert S. Carr ∙ Executive Director
John Beriault ∙ West Coast Project Representative
Ryan Franklin ∙ PaleoArchaeologist/Collections Manager
Timothy A. Harrington ∙ Architectural Historian/Exhibit Designer
Robert S. Carr
Bob Carr co-founded the Archaeological and Historical Conservancy in 1985. He has served as its full time director since 1999. He has worked as an archaeologist with the State of Florida's Division of Historic Resources and with the National Park Service. He was Miami-Dade County's first archaeologist and became the County's Historic Preservation Director in 1999. Bob has a Master's Degree in Anthropology from Florida State University. He is a former editor of the Florida Anthropologist and former president of the Florida Archaeological Council. He is a recipient of the Bullen Award, and received Florida's Historic Preservation Award in 2003.
West Coast Project Representative
John graduated with a BA in History from the University of Miami in 1970. He has served as president of the Southwest Florida Archaeological Society, the Collier County Historical Society, the Naples Chapter of the Florida Plant Society, and the Florida Anthropological Society. John has received the William C. Lazarus Award from FAS, the Green Palmetto Award from the Florida Native Plant Society, and the Craighead Award from SWFAS. John resides in Naples and works as field archaeologist, cartographer, geobotanist, and historian on Florida west coast projects.
Ryan Franklin, PhD
Ryan received his Ph.D. from the University of the Witwatersrand in
South Africa, in 2011. After earning his BA in anthropology from
Florida Atlantic University, Ryan relocated to South Africa where he
worked in the field of Palaeoanthropology for a number of years.
He has received several grants
from Paleo-Anthropological Scientific Trust, and is a recipient of
Postgraduate Merit Award and Postgraduate Merit Scholarship from
the University of the Witwatersrand. Ryan has returned to South
Florida and has worked for AHC since 2006. His research interests
include taphonomy and physical anthropology with a primary focus on
Timothy A. Harrington
Tim has a background in art, industrial and graphic design, and historical preservation. He was educated at St. John's College, Annapolis, MD, Ball State University, Muncie, IN, and Kyoto University of Fine Arts, Kyoto, Japan. Prior to joining AHC he worked as a VISTA with Main Street Fort Pierce and served as Historic Preservation Planner for the City of Fort Pierce, Florida. For his work in redevelopment, preservation, and education Tim was recognized by the Florida Main Street Program and the City of Fort Pierce, and has twice received awards from the Florida Trust for Historic Preservation.
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