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Please note that due to the pandemic, all staff are working remotely.  While Email is best point of contact, staff will also be checking voice mails daily.  Additionally due to State Budget shortfalls staff will be furloughed one day a month through November. The days for office closure are: August 17; September 28; October 26; November 25. Additionally, through November, all staff will be working Monday - Friday schedules, though hours of the day may vary. 


Allyson Brooks, Ph.D.
Allyson Brooks, Ph.D.
State Historic Preservation Officer / Director
Overall Program Administration, Budget, Legislative Relations.
Office: (360) 586-3066
Cell: (360) 480-6922
Work hours: 9 am-5, Mon-Fri
  • Latest Hobbies?
    Crossfit, running with my dogs, weightlifting, photographing sunrises and some martial arts when I get the chance
  • What's on your ipod?
    Everything from Beethoven to Broadway Musicals to the Sex Pistols.
  • What did your parents do?
    Mum -Columnist for the NY Times; Dad-Labor Union attorney (including Actor's Equity on Broadway) I sat in a lot of cavernous empty Broadway theaters as a child while my father arbitrated labor disputes.
  • First job?
    Making french fries at Burger King.
  • First Album?
    Hunky Dory - David Bowie.
Greg Griffith
Greg Griffith
Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer
Comprehensive Planning, Environmental Project Review.
Office: (360) 586-3073
Cell: (360) 890-2617
Work hours: 8-5, Mon-Fri

Built Environment Unit

Michael Houser
Michael Houser
State Architectural Historian
National Register of Historic Places, Washington Heritage Register, Heritage Barn Register, Washington State Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, Assessing the importance of your historic property, DAHP Website
Office: (360) 586-3076
Cell: (360) 890-2634
Work hours: 8-4:30, Mon-Fri
  • First Car?
    Believe it or not... A "pink" 1965 Ford Mustang Convertible.
  • Latest read?
    Wheel Estate: The Rise & Decline of Mobile Homes by Allan D. Wallis - 1991
  • Favorite Architect?
    Charles-Edouard Jeanneret-Gris - otherwise known as Le Corbusier
  • Pets?
    LuLu (German Short-Haired Pointer), and Sparky (Domestic Shorthair Cat)
  • Hobbies?
    Creating the annual homemade Houser Family Christmas Card. Past designs include a playbill, an Oly-Girls Catalogue, and sratch-off lottery style tickets.
Kim Gant
Kim Gant
Certified Local Government Coordinator & Survey Program Manager
Certified Local Government Program, Certified Local Government Grants, Historic Property Survey & Inventory, WISAARD, DAHP Blog.
Office: (360) 586-3074
Cell: (360) 584-5900
Work hours: 7-3, Mon-Fri
  • First car?
    1989 Honda Civic
  • Pets
    Bouffa and Freyja Jain, Catahoula Leopard Dogs and two tabbies, Stryker and Rubidoux
  • Hobbies?
    In my spare time I sew things and travel as much as possible.
  • Pet Peeve?
    Bad service
  • Favorite place to visit?
    the Caribbean
Nicholas Vann
Nicholas Vann
Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer, Historical Architect
Investment Tax Credit, Environmental Review of Historic Buildings, Heritage Capital Grants.
Office: (360) 586-3079
Cell: (360) 628-2170
Work hours: 8-4:30, Mon-Fri
  • First car?
    Power Wheels. Red. "Pardon me, do you have any Grey Poupon?"
  • Guilty pleasure?
    Watching TV court shows and playing with LEGOs.
  • Pets?
    Walter - a Great Dane / German Shepherd rescue puppy, and Edwin (who looks like a butler) - a Tuxedo cat,
  • Pet Peeve?
    Bad Mexican food, and when Houser makes up profile info about me before I can input info myself!
  • Favorite place to visit?
    You mean I have to pick one?! Definitely New Orleans.
Holly Borth
Holly Borth
Preservation Design Reviewer
Section 106 Review, EX 05-05, SEPA (Built Environment issues), HUD, and training.
Office: (360) 586-3533
Cell: (360) 890-0174
Work hours: 8:00-5:00, Mon-Fri

Anthropology Unit

Guy Tasa , Ph.D.
Guy Tasa , Ph.D.
State Physical Anthropologist
Human Remains Identification, Preservation, Excavation, and Repatriation; RCWs 27.44, 68.50, 68.60
Office: (360) 586-3534
Cell: (360) 790-1633
Work hours: 6:30-3:00, Mon-Fri
  • What was your first car?
    1970 Buick Skylark with big wide tires and lots of chrome.
  • Pet Peeve?
    I can't eat meat on the bone! Weird I know!!
  • What are your hobbies when your not busy at work?
    Pez Collecting, 20th Century Military History and closet geneologist.
  • Are you technologically challenged?
    No... but I don't let anyone know that.
  • Pets?
    Baghera & Penelope - Tuxedo Cats and The Stray Cat Mr. Pickles
Juliette Vogel
Juliette Vogel
Assistant State Physical Anthropologist
Human Remains Identification, Preservation, Excavation, and Repatriation; RCWs 27.44, 68.50, 68.60
Office: (360) 586-3075
Cell: (360) 890-2633
Work hours: 9-5:00, Mon-Thurs

Archaeological Unit

Rob Whitlam, Ph.D.
Rob Whitlam, Ph.D.
State Archaeologist
Archaeology, Environmental Review of Federal Projects involving Archaeology, Section 106 and GEO-0505, Volunteer Opportunities in Archaeology, Archaeology and Oil Spill Response.
Office: (360) 586-3080
Cell: (360) 890-2615
Work hours: 6am - 3, Mon-Fri
  • What do you drive?
    My fisrt car was a 1968 Austin 1300. Now it’s a 1962 Land Rover Series IIA.
  • What are your hobbies when you’re not busy at work?
    Tinkering on the Land Rover.
  • Are you technologically challenged?
    No... and I prefer Ubuntu.. open source.
  • Do you have any Pets?
    Cisco—the Wonder dog, a rescue Chihuahua
Lance Wollwage, Ph.D.
Lance Wollwage, Ph.D.
Assistant State Archaeologist
Archaeology, Native American Burial Excavation Permits and Washington State Archaeological Excavation Permits, Data Sharing Agreements for GIS, and Rules Coordinator.
Office: (360) 586-3536
Cell: (360) 890-2616
Work hours: 7-3, Mon-Fri
  • What do you have that most others lack?
    Mandibular tori
  • What do you lack that most others have?
    Xyphoid process
  • What odd truth have you learned through experience?
    fter soaking and screening woodrat middens, the smell of amberat stays in your nose for days.
  • What do you read besides project proposals, consultation letters, and cultural resource reports?
    I am working through the list of Science Fiction Grand Masters.
Sydney Hanson
Sydney Hanson
Transportation Archaeologist
Archaeology and Native American issues relating to transportation projects.
Office: (360) 586-3082
Cell: (360) 280-7563
Work hours: 7:00 - 3:30, Mon-Fri
Dennis Wardlaw
Dennis Wardlaw
Transportation Archaeologist
Archaeology and Native American issues relating to transportation projects.
Office: (360) 586-3085
Cell: (360) 485-5014
Work hours: 7:30-5:00, Mon-Thurs; 7:45-4:30 Fri (off bi-weekly)
Stephanie Jolivette
Stephanie Jolivette
Local Government Archaeologist
Local Government Archaeologist in charge of SEPA Reviews.
Office: (360) 586-3088
Cell: (360) 628-2755
Work hours: 8:00-6:00, Mon-Thurs

Records Management Unit

Jamie Dudman
Jamie Dudman
Site Records Manager
GIS Data Management, Site Records and Inventory Research Management, and Public Records Officer.
Office: (360) 586-3070
Work hours: 7am -3:30, Mon-Fri
Morgan McLemore
Morgan McLemore
GIS Program Manager
GIS quality control, database administration, Issuance of Archaeological Site Numbers and Forest Practice Application Review.
Office: (360) 586-3081
Cell: (360) 972-4007
Work hours: 7:00- 3:00, Mon - Fri
  • What is your favorite hobby?
    SCUBA diving around the waters of the Pacific Northwest.
  • Most remote place you have ever hiked?
    Patagonia and Tierra Del Fuego
  • Other languages you speak?
Annie Strader
Annie Strader
Resource Protection
WISAARD Program Specialist
Office: (360) 586-3078
Work hours: 7:00-3:00, Mon - Fri
Whitney Emge
Whitney Emge
GIS Analyst
Office: (360) 586-3089
Work hours: 7:30 am - 3:30 Mon-Thur; 7:30 - 3 on Friday

Administrative Unit

Beverly Ubias
Beverly Ubias
Executive Assistant
Assistant to the director and administrative support.
Office: (360) 586-3077
Work hours: 8:00-4:30, Mon-Fri
Hannah Armitage
Hannah Armitage
Fiscal Analyst / Grants Manager
Financial management, grants and budget.
Office: (360) 586-3072
Work hours: 8 - 6 Tuesday - Friday

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