Larissa Daniels-Hill was born in Colorado Springs, Colorado on the Ft. Carson military installation to a U.S. Army and law enforcement family. She aspires to work for the DPAAs POW/MIA initiative and DMORTs response team. She is a current volunteer with the Colorado Human Remains Extraction and Recovery Team (COHEART) of the Denver Medical Examiner Office. She hopes to participate with COHEART and similar organizations in the future.
Larissa received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminology & Criminal Justice and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Anthropology from the University of Northern Colorado. While attending UNCO, she volunteered as a victim's advocate, and assisted survivor's of sexual assault, intimate partner/domestic violence, and stalking for one year. She also interned for the Greeley History Museum for her senior year. Her previous employment includes AMADA Senior Care and the Youth Advocacy Programs Inc. in Northern Colorado.
Research Assistant/Teaching Assistant - ANT 300 001 Ph.D Michael Kimball (Applied Anthropology)
Pikes Peak Community College - Colorado Springs, Colorado 2013-2016
- Associate of Arts: Criminal Justice
University of Northern Colorado - Greeley, Colorado 2016-2018
- Bachelor of Arts: Anthropology
- Bachelor of Arts: Criminology & Criminal Justice
George Mason University - Fairfax, Virginia 2019 - Present
- Master of Arts: Anthropology, emphasis Bioarchaeology
Greeley's Reclaiming Our Heritage Exhibit Focuses on Regaining Cultural Customs - Reclaiming Heritage Project January 2019 - July 2019
Social Science Circle Club Finding Aid, Greeley History Museum