Fiona Kavanagh

Immediately after graduating I moved to Ireland to pursue my MS in World Heritage Conservation and Management in the School of Archaeology at University College Dublin. Shortly after handing in my dissertation on 'Maintaining Heritage Authenticity in Dublin', I moved to Sydney, Australia where I worked for a fintech company in data analytics. Eventually, I found my way back to DC and now I work for National Geographic as a Production Manager for a team of creatives.

My Anthropology degree allowed me to indulge my natural curiosity everyday, and helped me to become a better critical thinker and analyst. Anthropology 101 was the first academic book I read that I actually didn't want to put down, and I'm so thankful for the way my bachelors shaped the last five years of my life since graduating!