The Kelsey staff extends its warmest welcome to Tamika Mohr, the new chief administrator. Tamika joins the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology from the Center for Cell Plasticity and Organ Design (CPOD), where she served as research administrator lead and center administrator.
Prior to CPOD, Tamika began her work at the University of Michigan as a research administrative specialist associate in the Department of Psychiatry. She obtained her master of education at the University of North Florida while working in the Coggin College of Business Management Department. As an undergraduate, she received a BA in political science from San Diego State University. In her free time, Tamika enjoys cooking, camping, hiking, and traveling with her husband and two children.