Graduate Heritage Consultant
Caitlin Harvey is a heritage consultant with a background in archaeology, history and collections management
She holds a first class Honours degree in history from the University of Sydney and is currently undertaking a Master of Archaeological and Evolutionary Science at the Australian National University.
Caitlin is experienced in archaeological fieldwork and reporting. She has contributed to a range of projects on heritage places around Australia for private and public sector clients including Commonwealth government departments and the ACT Government. She has helped prepare archaeological research designs, heritage assessments and heritage management plans, and has developed skills in heritage assessment, research, and the use of geographic information system (GIS) and statistical software.
Before joining GML, Caitlin held a number of roles in cultural institutions, including at the National Archives of Australia and at the Royal Australian Mint. She has experience working in collection management and the intake and transfers of material.
‘Through heritage, we deepen our knowledge of the past and help build a better future for places and communities.’
Master of Archaeological and Evolutionary Science (Advanced), Australian National University (currently undertaking)
Bachelor of Arts Honours Class I (Early Modern European History), University of Sydney
Bachelor of Arts (Media and Communications), University of Sydney