Kalen Anderson has been hired as a maintenance worker serving Colonial National Historical Park and the Captain John Smith Chesapeake National Historic Trail. He will continue his work at Werowocomoco, an archaeological site located on the north side of the York River in Gloucester.
Anderson began his career with the Chesapeake Trail in 2021 as a member of the Conservation Legacy Werowocomoco Individual Placement program. After completing one term, he returned to the program in the lead role and was awarded “Corpsmember of the Year” by the Corps Network in 2022.
In his new role, Anderson will contribute to the stewardship of Werowocomoco, acting as the on-site point person. To this charge, he brings his experience as a citizen of the Nansemond Indian Nation and an educator who shares his culture through dance, classroom visits, field trips and public programs.
Anderson holds an associate’s degree in mechanical engineering technology from Tidewater Community College. He will g...
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