Stephanie manages the Society’s library and archives, which includes overseeing cataloguing, new acquisitions, volunteer projects, researchers in accessing the collections. During her Master’s degree at UCL, she was an EES archive volunteer and contributed towards the Access Archives Afternoons (also called Friday Spotlights). She is also a member of Dr Joanne Rowland’s EES excavation team at Merimde Beni Salama in the Nile Delta and worked on the EES Third Cataract Project in Sudan in 2019. 

Since 2019, Stephanie is also the Managing Editor of the Journal of Egyptian Archaeology and liaises with editors, publishers, peer reviewers, and authors as well as copy edits the submissions for publication. 

Stephanie has recently completed her PhD at the University of Birmingham focusing on the production of 18th Dynasty scarab amulets. She previously received a BA in Near Eastern Archaeology from Wilfrid Laurier University (Waterloo, Canada), where she worked as a supervisor on the Khirbat al-Mudayna excavation project in Jordan. She also holds an MA in Egyptian Archaeology from UCL, where her research focus was on the SIP scarabs of Tell el-'Ajjul. Prior to commencing work at the EES, she worked as the Postgraduate Curator of the Eton College William Joseph Myers Collection of Egyptian Art at the University of Birmingham where she also taught undergraduate courses and assisted in collection and exhibition training. More recently she was employed as the Museum Curator of Egyptology at New Walk Museum in Leicester where she curated, designed, and installed the new Life and Death in Ancient Egypt permanent galleries.

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