We are excited to have Meredith Anderson join 106 Group as a Sr. Cultural Resource Specialist. In her new role, she will lead cultural resources projects that require regulatory compliance. Meredith is a respected leader, skilled in interpersonal communication, coordination, and analysis. She is fully committed to providing and implementing dynamic, compelling solutions for our clients.
Meredith has a master’s degree in Anthropology and over 21 years of experience in cultural resources management, project planning, implementation, and execution. Meredith has proven ability to support multiple projects with high complexity and a consistent track record of on-time and on-quality delivery to ensure client satisfaction. She meets the Secretary of the Interior’s Professional Qualifications Standards for Archaeology and brings over two decades of supervisory, management, compliance, and regulatory review experience.
Meredith is no stranger to coordinating timelines, deliverables, vendors, permits, and legacy documents, while maintaining program forecasts, budgeting, and timeline milestones. Her cultural resources management projects have ranged from NEPA/Section 106 desktop reviews to multi‐agency, multi‐phase undertakings that have lasted days, weeks, months, and sometimes even years, and have often included complex tribal, public, and/or agency interests. She finds immense delight in working with other environmental scientists and archaeologists. She holds great interest in database management and data integrity, and is energized to find solutions to the challenges encountered in the field of cultural resource management.
In her free time, Meredith enjoys working on projects around her house, tending to her indoor plant jungle, appeasing the capricious demands of her two cats, thrifting, unconventional interior design, and cooking. She is an avid fan of audiobooks and boxing, and occasionally works overnight shifts as an advocate for a local women’s domestic violence shelter.