Naomi Glenn, Archaeologist & Digital Heritage Specialist

Naomi is an Archaeologist and emerging Digital Heritage Specialist, specializing on the Hellenistic Period of the Ancient Mediterranean. She has several degrees, including a BA from SFSU (Anthropology and Archaeology of the Ancient Mediterranean), an MA from London’s KCL (Classical Art and Archaeology), a certificate from the Institute for Field Research, IFR (Cyber and Digital Archaeology). Naomi is returning to school this fall for an MSc in Cultural Heritage Materials and Technologies at the University of the Peloponnese. Naomi has an extensive background as an archaeologist, museum professional, and in social media / marketing. Naomi has worked on several archaeological excavations, including Cyprus and Greece, and looks forward to future excavations abroad. She has worked internationally as a museum professional, and photographer in museums such as London’s The British Museum, The Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, and The Grant Museum of Zoology. She has also worked in museums in San Francisco such as The de Young Museum, the Legion of Honor, and The SFMOMA. Additional museums include the Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum in San Jose, The Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History, Hearst Castle State Park, and as a Social Media Coordinator for The Pueblo Grande Museum of Archaeology in Phoenix, Arizona, now renamed to S’edav Va’aki Museum. Most recently Naomi has worked at the Honolulu Museum of Art as a Helpdesk Technician in the IT Department. Naomi identifies as she/her, and is a multi-racial woman who wears hearing aids. She is d/Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing, and uses both English and ASL to communicate. She is a staunch advocate of accessibility and looks forward to using her career in creating access to arts, culture and history for all.