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  • 1. STACEY D. STREETT, B.A.<br />PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE<br />Charles River Laboratories, Frederick, Maryland<br />Research Associate II, 2010 to Present.<br />Assist staff pathologists and other scientific staff by working independently on moderately complex professional tasks, report development, quality control, and research.<br />Assist in the writing of pathology report as directed by staff pathologists.<br />Review Study File for accuracy of scope of work prior to study initiation.<br />Prepare Labcat or Provantis study or Excel or Word tables for pathology evaluation.<br />Prepare protocols and amendments if applicable.<br />Provide quality control review of pathology reports.<br />Work with Quality Assurance and the various laboratories to respond to audits and complete reports.<br />Assist pathologists with client communication and project tracking. Monitor and prioritize workload of pathologist with general guidance.<br />Monitor key study events including deliverables to client.<br />Label, edit, arrange/organize, and print digital images.<br />Assist pathologists with microphotography and radiography.<br />Conduct research on scientific development, issues and trends.<br />Conduct scientific tasks as directed by the Program Manager or Study Pathologist. Prioritize workload and solve moderately complex problems.<br />Perform all other related duties as assigned.<br />Research Associate I, 2007 to 2010<br />Assisted staff pathologists and other scientific staff by working under general guidance/supervision on professional tasks, report development, quality control, and research. <br />Assisted in the writing of pathology reports as directed by staff pathologists.<br />Reviewed Study File for accuracy of scope of work prior to study initiation.<br />Prepared Word tables for pathology evaluation.<br />Prepared protocols and amendments if applicable.<br />Provided quality control review of pathology reports and data.<br />Worked with Quality Assurance and the various laboratories to respond to audits and complete reports.<br />Assisted pathologists with client communication and project tracking and coordination. Monitored and prioritized workload of pathologist with guidance/assistance.<br />Monitored key study events including deliverables to client.<br />Labeled, edited, arranged/organized, and printed digital images.<br />Conducted literature searches.<br />Conducted scientific tasks as directed by the Program Manager or Study Pathologist. Worked with guidance.<br />Performed all other related duties as assigned.<br />Maryland State Highway Administration (SHA), Office of Preliminary Planning and Engineering—Project Planning Division, Cultural Resources, Baltimore, Maryland<br />Cultural Resources Manager, contracted from A.D. Marble & Company<br />2005 to 2007<br />Performed assessments of potential for impacts to cultural resources in compliance with state regulations (Section 110) and federal regulations (Section 106); identified and evaluated architectural and archeological resources located within and adjacent to the limits of disturbance of proposed SHA-roadway improvements associated with access permit projects and other transportation improvements statewide; coordinated with access permit engineers and the Maryland Historical Trust as necessary; and, provided technical assistance to architectural historians and archeologists on project planning tasks for the identification, evaluation, and mitigation of cultural resources, including duties such as fieldwork, photography, processing artifacts, archival research, and documentation preparation.<br />A.D. Marble & Company, Owings Mill, Maryland<br />Cultural Resources Associate, 2003 to 2007<br />Performed archeological investigations throughout the Mid-Atlantic region; cataloged and processed artifacts; conducted archival research for the preparation of National Register-eligibility forms for historic architectural resources; participated in various levels of archeological and architectural fieldwork; and, assisted in the preparation of technical reports for documentation and evaluation projects of rural, urban, and suburban cultural resources.<br />McGuire Fine Arts Gallery & Framing, Frederick, Maryland<br />Custom Picture Framer/Gallery Sales Associate, 2000 to 2003<br />Duties included assisting clients with the selection of appropriate mats, frames, glass, and other materials for the framing of their artwork; utilizing archival materials and methods of preservation framing; and, completing custom-framing orders under deadlines while maintaining high-quality standards and attention to details. Other tasks included assisting clients with gallery sales, the design and preparation of gallery displays, receiving and shipping of orders, and filing.<br />City of Frederick, Planning Department, Frederick, Maryland<br />Intern/Assistant, Historic Preservation, Fall 2003<br />Conducted archival research and assisted the preservation planner with cataloging and recordation of photo survey archives in accordance with the Maryland Historical Trust guidelines.<br />U.S. Virgin Islands National Park, St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands, Archeology Division<br />Volunteer, Summer 2002<br />Conducted vegetation removal from historic sugar-mill ruins to maintain preservation of the existing superstructures within the National Park; assisted in fieldwork for compliance projects, including snorkel surveys for underwater historic resources; and, assisted in the preservation of artifact collections in the park archives.<br />Harpers Ferry National Historical Park, Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, Archeology Division<br />Volunteer, 2001-2002<br />Performed Phase I – II archeological investigations in Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia, and assisted with artifact cataloging and processing.<br />Harpers Ferry National Historical Park, Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, Living History/Interpretive Division<br />Volunteer, 2001<br />Researched, illustrated, and prepared a report for the Dry Goods Store exhibit portfolio; organized/designed the volunteer newsletter; and, participated in a living history event related to the Dry Goods Store exhibit.<br />MAMSI (Mid-Atlantic Medical Services, Inc.), Frederick, Maryland<br />Data Entry Specialist, 1998-2000<br />Entered, verified, and corrected HMO claims information in an electronic database.<br />EDUCATION/PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS<br />Archeological Field School, Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York, 2002<br />B.A., Art History, Coursework in Archeology, Hood College, Frederick, Maryland, 2000<br />A.A., Fine Arts, Frederick Community College, Frederick, Maryland 1995<br />PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS, PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS AND ACADEMIC AWARDS<br />Archeological Society of Maryland, Inc., 2002 to present<br />PUBLICATIONS, ABSTRACTS, POSTERS, PRESENTATIONS<br />Beall, J.R., Streett, S.D., Whidden, G., Jefferson, MD: Archeological Study of the George Willard House (18FR696): A Federal Farm House in Southern Frederick County, Maryland. Maryland Archeology, Journal of the Archeological Society of Maryland, Inc., 9-24, Vol. 31, 1 and 2 (March – September 1995)<br />