James graduated from the Catholic University of America in 2020 with a Bachelor of Arts and Sciences degree in Anthropology with a concentration in archaeology. He has worked as a Maryland State Park Ranger and is currently working as a research assistant and archaeology lab and field technician in the archaeology department at Catholic University. James is working alongside a professor at CUA in the archaeological and historic research of colonial Jesuit plantations in Eastern Maryland.

James hopes to continue his interests in archaeology, historical research and cultural heritage and natural resource conservation. He would like to one day work for the National Park Service.

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