Kendra Patton, M.A., CAHP
Archaeologist and Material Culturalist
Kendra Patton, M.A., is a professionally licensed archaeologist (P453). She holds a Bachelor of Arts and Science with specializations in Anthropology, Biology, and Geology from the University of Guelph and a Master of Arts in Landscape Archaeology from the University of York (UK).
Kendra has worked in archaeology and Cultural Resource Management for over a decade. Prior to joining LHC she worked for Golder Associates Ltd. From 2011– 2020. She has been a Project Manager and Archaeologist for a variety of projects and clients including land development, mining, aggregate resources, renewable energy, and transportation and pipeline corridors. Kendra has completed archaeological assessments in urban, suburban, and rural environments.
Kendra has a specialist skill set in historical archaeology and archival research. She is passionate about genealogy and enjoys archival puzzles that encourage curiosity in her professional work to find the story of site, its people, and its objects. Kendra has written or co-authored over 100 archaeological licence reports for Stage 1 – 4 assessments. She is also experienced in laboratory management and is confident in material culture analysis and appropriate methods for the organization and storage of artifact collections.