Rhonda Kimbrough


Since obtaining an M.A. in Anthropology from Florida State University in 1990, Rhonda (Majors) Kimbrough has served as an archaeologist with the National Forests in Florida. She currently manages their heritage program which includes cultural resource management, forest history and tribal relations associated with a 1.2 million-acre land base. Responsibilities include 3294 archaeological sites, 24 historic structures and consultation with eleven federally recognized Tribes.

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