Victoria Sharp graduated with honors in May 2023 from Monmouth University, New Jersey, by earning a Master of Arts degree in Anthropology with Certificates in Archaeology and Geographic Information Systems. Victoria is an FAA Certified Remote (drone) Pilot, published writer, and holds a Juris Doctorate from Concord Law School, Purdue University Global. She deploys her skills as a data scientist, AI programmer, GIS cartographer, computational chemist, genetic researcher, and NRHP/NHPA/NAGPRA analyst towards her anthropological and advocacy work on behalf of CRM firms, libraries, historic sites, and museums. Her research concentration is Historical Archaeology, focusing on houses of worship and their graveyards. She has an interest in genetic/molecular anthropology and enjoys working with interdisciplinary teams comprising of CRM firms, artists, architects, municipalities, historians, archaeologists, biological anthropologists, genealogists, and descendant communities toward historic preservation projects and heritage tourism experiences.