Ms. Thomas initially joined GSRC in 2014 and recently rejoined the company in 2021. She received her Master’s in Preservation Studies from Tulane University in 2009 and a Master’s in Urban Studies from University of New Orleans in 2016, with a concentration in Geographic Information Systems.
Ms. Thomas has supervised cultural resource surveys in the Louisiana, Florida, New York, California, Mississippi, Alabama, Texas, Nevada, and Cuba. She has conducted cultural resource surveys for the Department of Defense, Bureau of Reclamation, United State Forest Service, Customs and Border Patrol, and the United States Army Corp of Engineers, among others. Prior to returning to GSRC, she worked for the Nevada Department of Transportation assessing impacts of transportation projects on cultural resources for both large- and small-scale projects. In this position, Ms. Thomas has coordinated consultation with multiple federal and state agencies, as well as Native American Tribes.