Anthea Nardi, Archaeologist

Anthea’s philosophy on life is: “Life is all about the journey! How you get somewhere is just as important as where you end up, perhaps even more. Born in Canada, raised in Australia and being of Italian and Chinese descent, I’ve always loved traveling to the far corners of the world to learn about new cultures, meet new people and hopefully change preconceived notions and attitudes. My passion for history and archaeology started at a young age and I have excavated at archaeological sites in both Rome and Athens. As a Physiotherapist, I’ve had the chance to directly apply my skills, working with locals to support sustainable rehabilitation for people with disabilities living in remote regions in Nepal. Having a foundational understanding of history is fundamental in providing context to some of our current global issues today and allows me to participate as a global citizen of the world.”