Hannah James

Tribal Practice Coordinator


Hannah is a cultural heritage advocate with a background in archaeology. She previously worked for The Montpelier Foundation as both an Archaeology Intern and an Archaeology Technician. Her work at Montpelier focused on excavating sites of labor related to the individuals enslaved by the Madison family. Hannah also worked for The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation as an Archaeology Field Technician on the First Baptist Church project. 

Hannah graduated from The College of Charleston with a BA in Archaeology and BS in Anthropology. Post graduation, she received a certificate from The University of Richmond in the Fundamentals of GIS. She has recently returned to school and is working towards obtaining an AAS in both General Practice and Litigation Paralegal Studies from Reynolds Community College. 

In her free time, Hannah enjoys cross-stitching, attending live theatre performances, and hiking around the James River Park System.