Kristin Romey covers archaeology and paleontology for National Geographic magazine and National Geographic News.
She is the former executive editor of Archaeology magazine and a Fellow of the Explorers Club. Romey holds an A.B. in Greek from Vassar College and an M.A. from Texas A&M’s nautical archaeology program. Before joining the National Geographic editorial staff, Romey served as the field operations director for the Society’s multiyear archaeological expedition at Lake Issyk Kul in Kyrgyzstan.
She’s the proud possessor of a very questionable ducal warrant.
Romey lives in Washington, D.C.