Kimberly Faulk, MA

Project Manager-Archaeology/Sr. Marine Archaeologist

Ms. Faulk, Project Manager of Marine Archaeology, has over 16 years of experience in marine archaeology, and more than a decade of experience in the oil and gas industry.  She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in History from Roanoke College where she graduated from the honors program, and a Master’s Degree in Maritime Studies and Nautical Archaeology from East Carolina University.  Ms. Faulk joined GEMSin 2008, and she has expertise in interpreting high resolution conventional and AUV geophysical data, diver assisted surveys, ROV target investigations, historic data interpretations, offshore operations, logistics, offshore QA/QC, project management, archaeological excavation, and archaeological assessments.  Over the last sixteen years she has worked on sites from Maine to Alaska providing dive support, excavation, conservation, and archaeological interpretations of submerged cultural resources.  Ms. Faulk’s experience includes shallow water survey and interpretation in addition to deepwater identification and excavation of significant shipwrecks.