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Elizabeth Reilly

Member of The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi
Oral historian who is an advanced tribal researcher, writer and student, always willing to go where the story is. I have experience as an instructor/teacher, grant writing, and public speaking. I am seeking a career in the nonprofit field utilizing these skills.
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Elizabeth Berton Reilly Inducted into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi

Elizabeth Berton Reilly of Albuquerque, New Mexico, was recently initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation's oldest and most selective all-discipline collegiate honor society. ...

February, 06 2020 - Verified by The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi
UNM LLSS Teaching Assistantship for Vygotsky in the 21st Century at The University of New Mexico - UNM

Assist in setting up class
Oversee and lead in online classroom discussions

January 2020 - Present
UNM LLSS Research Assistantship: Project Director Grant Writer and Oral Historian (Online) at The University of New Mexico - UNM

Research and write grants for the Wyandot of Anderdon Nation.
Introduces tribal members to grant funding and its requirements.
Plans strategic development for programs and funding.
Conducts oral histories with tribal members.
Digitally documents and transcribes said oral histories.
Implemented a participatory action research project with the tribe.

August 2019 - Present
Research Assistantship (Online), University of Saskatchewan (Daughters of Aataentsic Project) at University of Saskatchewan College of Education

Extensive scholarly research into the history and lives of the Wendat/Wyandot people.
Created a sixty-five page report on Wyandot women and foodways from time immemorial until the present.
Created historiography concerning Wyandot women and food.
Worked closely with University of Saskatchewan history professor, Dr. Labelle.

July 2018 - August 2018
Online Intern, Virtual Student Foreign Service, National Archives at National Archives and Record Administration

Reviewed graphs and tables, as well as raw data, to help analyze results from the National Archives and Records Administration - Know Your Records Survey.
Co-authored a report where I made conclusions and recommendations on the National Archives audiences preferences and needs to guide future programming.
Completed a survey analysis; organized and tagged National Archives online video collection; and for online events publicity.
Worked on Know Your Records Campaign: A campaign to re-develop and promote programming created to educate the researchers, staff, and volunteers of the various holdings found within the National Archives
Worked on Genie Fairy Project: Announced and informed potential audience via social media; provided basic information about the Fair to the public; and built interest/excitement to external audience.
Wrote social media promotions and collected related images and content.
Reviewed National Archives Online Genealogy Tutorial and offered suggestions for updating it.

August 2017 - May 2018
Volunteer Docent at Casa San Ysidro Museum

Greeted and interacted in a positive manner with visitors and give a talk about the museum
Gave talks about the kitchen area of the museum focusing on the indigenous artefacts, mainly the pots and baskets.
Took part in all necessary training

April 2017 - November 2017
Administrative Assistant III at The University of New Mexico - UNM

Assists with data analysis, Federal grant writing, and completes final editing of both Technical Assistance Reports and Annual Performance Report.
Edits and disseminates outreach materials for the deaf blind community in New Mexico.
Uses Microsoft Publisher and Adobe Photoshop to edit and proof bi-yearly newsletter.
Coordinates and attends meetings for the New Mexico Deaf Blind Taskforce.
Trains staff in procedures as necessary.

February 2016 - August 2019
Intern/Volunteer at Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum

Conducted oral history project interviewing Native American veterans per the museums request.
Wrote article, Native Military Service Oral History Project for the Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum Voices Newsletter, July 2015.
Created a how-to guide on how to do an oral history project.
Conducted research on northeastern Native American foodways and adapted information for museum displays.

March 2015 - July 2015
“Oral History and Self Determination - Who Are We?”
In Context: A Quarterly Oral History Journal.
October 2016 - Publications
“It's a Living Thing.”
Folklore: Electronic Journal of Folklore.
August 2016 - Publications
“How to do an Oral History Project with Your Relatives.”
Jewish Genealogical Society of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM
April 2016 - Conferences
“Native Foodways Movements: Current Movements Both in the US and Locally.”
Plymouth State University graduate foodways course, Plymouth, NH:
September 2015 - Presentations
“Native Military Service Oral History Project.”
Voices, Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum
July 2015 - Publications
Book Review: “Free to be Mohawk: Indigenous Education at the Akwesasne Freedom School.”
American Indian Culture and Research Journal 41:2 (2017).
“Our Corn Is Still Standing: Indigenous Foodways and Identity in New England.”
Digest: A Journal of Foodways & Culture. Research Note: (Issue 5.1).
“Christmas Eve at a Refugee Camp.”
Digest: A Journal of Foodways & Culture. Amuse Bouche: (Late Fall 2016, Issue 5.2).
“Oral History Conference Paper.”
Southwest Oral History Association. Fall/Winter 2017 SOHA Newsletter. (Fall/Winter 2017 Issue 94).
“Abenaki Language Revitalization in New England and Quebec"
The University of New Mexico Shared Knowledge Conference
Curriculum Vitae

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