Elenore Hood is an Archaeologist at Tree Time Services. She assists Senior Archaeologists in the surveying, assessment, and reporting of historic resources for proposed developments.
Elenore brings experience from both the oil and gas and forestry sectors to the team. She received her BA in Archaeology from Simon Fraser University in 2005, and also completed a certificate of Liberal Arts.
Prior to graduation, Elenore spent time at a field school in Vava'u, Tonga. She also completed volunteer work on an excavation in Keatley Creek, B.C. She has experience in monitoring forestry, mining, oil and gas, and residential development projects.
When she's not working, Elenore enjoys honing archaeological skills, too. She recently took the opportunity to attend the Sanisera Underwater Field School, Ecomuseum Cavalleria, in Spain.
Elenore joined Tree Time Services in October 2011 as a Junior Archaeologist, and, since that time, her responsibilities have continued to increase.
In her spare time, Elenore enjoys swimming, making pottery, and scrapbooking.