Telluride Inside... And Out: A Visit To Crow Canyon
[click “Play” to hear Dr. Deborah Gangloff speaking with Susan]
Crow Canyon Archaeological Center is located in southwestern Colorado, a rewarding day trip from Telluride of a little over two hours each way. Telluride Inside… and Out visited for a day, doing video interviews and podcasting key players on site. This post is the first in a series you won’t want to miss: Crow Canyon is another instance of priceless nuggets under foot and in our own backyard.
Dr. Deborah Gangloff is president and CEO of Crow Canyon, having taken over from Ricky Lightfoot in February 2010.
Gangloff earned her B.A. in cultural anthropology from City University of New York in 1975 and a Ph.D. in the field from Rutgers University in 1995. In 2005 she received a Non-Profit Management Certificate from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, after completing the school’s Strategic Leadership in a Changing Environment program.
Gangloff has been involved in cultural resource management and archaeological projects throughout the United States, specifically in Nevada, Montana, Louisiana, New Jersey, and Maryland. In 1982, Gangloff joined the staff of the oldest national not-for-profit conservation organization, American Forests, where she served as communications director and vice president of conservation programs before being appointed executive director in 1996.
To learn more about Crow Canyon’s history, its programs and what drew her to the region and a new job, listen to Dr. Gangloff’s podcast.
(editor’s note: Photo of the Crow Canyon Archaeological Center campus, with Sleeping Ute Mountain in the background. Photo taken from the tower at the Center’s Pueblo Learning Center, a replica of a AD 1100’s Ancestral Pueblo Indian home. Courtesy of Crow Canyon Archaeology Center.)
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