Associate Director of Archaeology
Phone: (770) 498-4155 ext. 103
Julie Coco has been with New South Associates since 2006 and serves the company as the Associate Director of History. In her capacities, she manages history projects, interacts with clients, and is responsible for tracking history project schedules and performance. As a historian, Ms. Coco conducts archival and oral historical research and reports and develops historic preservation plans, management documents, and public outreach materials. Ms. Coco received her B.A. in Biological Sciences from the University of Maryland and her M.A. in History and Public History from Middle Tennessee State University. Ms. Coco has extensive experience in enthnoarchaeology, ethnohistory, historic and prehistoric archaeology, medieval Moroccan archaeology, museum exhibit design, public history, public archaeology, cultural anthropology, Native American consultation, and preservation planning. Ms. Coco has conducted fieldwork, research, and editing projects for a number of clients including the National Park Service, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, several Departments of Transportation, and a variety of other city and state governments and private clients. She has worked in Tennessee, Alabama, and Georgia, as well as Morocco.