Audrey Harrison is a Conservation Technician with a demonstrated history of working with archaeological, historical, and ethnographic museum collections. Since 2003, she has worked for the University of Arizona and with the National Park Service at the Western Archaeological & Conservation Center, (WACC). Her work has taken her to various parks including Kalaupapa NHP (Hawaii), Palo Alto Battlefield NHS (Texas), and Grand Teton NP (Wyoming). Audrey received her Associate of Arts degree from the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, NM and her BFA in studio arts from the University of Arizona. Interests include cultural preservation and educating community members about art conservation. Audrey is an enrolled member of the Dine’ (Navajo) Nation whose lineage originates from Nageezi (Chaco Canyon), New Mexico.