Kate Gallagher is the Assistant Curator and Registrar of the Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum. She works closely with the curator, faculty members, and students to ensure the proper care of the museum collection while maintaining its accessibility for research and public programs. Gallagher holds an M.A. in Museum Studies and an M.A. in Anthropology from the University of Washington in Seattle. Her graduate research focused on the use of archaeological soil micromorphology for site identification at Jefferson’s Monticello, and the use of education kits in classroom archaeology education. Prior to joining the staff of the museum, she held the positions of registrar and collections manager at the Maryland Historical Society and laboratory manager and field archaeologist at a local cultural resources management firm.