Dr. Charles Evans, email@example.com
Dr. Evans, www.ctevans.net, is professor of history at the Loudoun campus of Northern Virginia Community College. He was one of the creators of the preservation certificate program at the campus in the mid-1990s. In addition to his administrative and teaching duties at the college, he researches the history of the Lehigh Valley in Eastern Pennsylvania.
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR and INSTRUCTOR
Dr. Marc Dluger, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Dluger is a Ph.D. recipient of Loyola University Chicago with a dual-degree in American History and Public History. In addition to teaching United States history, he has worked as a public history consultant, conducting legal research, creating digital family history projects, and establishing in-house digital rights management and archival database collection management. Dr. Dluger has also assisted at the Chicago History Museum, worked on the Chicago Daily News glass plate negatives collection, and participated in various oral history projects. He also volunteers at the City of Alexandria’s Archives & Record Center, focusing on locating, identifying, and organizing their various photographic records, as well as handling specific research requests exploring the history of region.
Amy Bertsch, email@example.com
Amy is a graduate of the NVCC certificate program and holds an M.A. in history from Sam Houston State University. She is our expert on Northern Virginia history and has experiences in African American history and historical archaeology..
Patrick O’Neill, firstname.lastname@example.org
Patrick is an archeologist with over twenty years experience directing historical and archeological research projects, and he is a past president of the Archeological Society of Virginia. Patrick teaches our field archaeology course.
Heather Bollinger, email@example.com
Heather is the historic records manager of the Fairfax Circuit Court archives. She teaches our Collections Management course.