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1 Michelle R. D'Ippolito P H O NE m r d i p p o l i t g m a i l. c o m h t t p : / / l n k d. i n / q h _ b h s Education University of Maryland College Park B.A. Anthropology Ph.D. Criminology and Criminal Justice (expected 2020) University of Maryland Undergraduate Researcher of the Year Award (2011) Honors Thesis: New Methods of Mapping: The Application of Social Network Analysis to the Illegal Trade in Antiquities Honor Society Memberships & Awards University of Maryland Undergraduate Researcher of the Year Award (2011) Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society Golden Key Honor Society University of Maryland College Park Scholars, Arts Concentration 2010 Computer Skills Computer literate in: standard office and research software, including Microsoft Excel, Power Point, GIS ArcView9.3/10.0; Social Network Analysis software UCINET 6.0; EndNote X3; such cataloguing databases as the Argus Database and Emu Familiar with: STATA, R, business intelligence tools like Spotfire and Microstrategy Training in: Python Work Experience Illicit Network Fellow The Center for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (START) 40 hours per week June 2014 July 2014 Analyze human smuggling network operating in from the 1980s to early 2000s to determine what caused the network to fail by synthesizing existing research and literature on the specific network, theories of network failure, and data on human smuggling operations. Compiled all known information on network into a comprehensive data set capable of multiple simultaneous layers of social network analysis. Used both qualitative and quantitative methods to determine the most likely causes of failure as part of a larger project looking at radio-nuclear weapons smuggling and methods of interdiction. Research Analyst II Optimal Solutions Group, LLC 40+ hours per week June 2013 May 2014 Manage multiple multi-million dollar contracts evaluating the impact of funding from the Small Business Administration (SBA) on economic clusters. I coordinate with several multidisciplinary teams to develop design survey evaluations of more than 40 economic clusters nation-wide. Provide research support for projects by effectively communicating with government clients, coordinating research efforts between multiple teams, allocating resources according to the 1

2 type of contract, proposing recommendations for improving and enhancing existing policies, and synthesizing diverse sources of data and research into original reports. Research Analyst I Optimal Solutions Group, LLC 40+ hours per week July 2012 June 2013 Manage multi-million dollar contracts assessing the effectiveness of the implementation quality improvement initiatives in Medicare. Under the first, I coordinated with stakeholders to disseminate best practices via a Webinar to more than 400 participants and evaluated the efficacy of the initiative to make recommendations for the future. Under the second, I worked with a small team of statisticians to design and simulate the effects of implementing a new initiative on the quality and access to care that beneficiaries receive. Interior Museum Program Intern Department of the Interior 40 hours per week May 2011 September 2011 Designed and implemented a new organizational system for the Interior Museum Program by compiling and reconciling three separate filing systems into one that is searchable digitally, easily recorded, and expandable for future growth. Antiquities Trafficking Intern National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism & Responses to Terrorism (START) 10 hours per week January 2011 May 2011 Conducted research analyzing the relationship between international radio-nuclear weapons smuggling and trafficking in antiquities and cultural property by compiling research from multiple disciplines on organized crime and illicit networks, open source data, news reports, investigative journalists, and prior subject matter expertise for an in-depth case study analysis as part of a larger report to Department of Homeland Security on radio-nuclear weapons smuggling in Central America and the Caribbean. Interior Museum Program Intern Department of the Interior 40 hours per week July 2010 November 2010 Designed, wrote, and developed online training course in basic museum collections care identifying agents of deterioration, correct handling and security procedures by conducting museum research, collaborating with museum professionals in federal agencies and national museums, and synthesizing information from departmental manuals and previous online courses to create a clear resource that is appropriate to the level of previous training of the target audience. Collections Management Intern Smithsonian Institution NMNH 18 hours per week January 2010 May 2010 Conducted anthropological, archival, historical, and museum-based research into how Native Americans were viewed in the 1930s from examining excavation journals and photographs at the National Anthropological Archives to querying catalog databases at the Smithsonian, and analyzing the results to aid a researcher in compiling a grant proposal. Synthesized and analyzed archival, historical, and genealogical research to aid in positively identifying four individuals buried in the Keyworth vault at Congressional Cemetery to assist in a larger excavation of the Congressional Cemetery vaults. 2

3 Anthropology Intern Denver Museum of Nature and Science hours per week May 2009 August 2009 Conducted historical and anthropological research to compile preliminary findings on the life of Jesse H. Bratley using the museum s collection, archives with the result of connecting the museum with Bratley s living relatives and additional primary sources on his life and work. Inventoried the Bratley collection of photographs by conducting research into the museum archives and other historical primary sources to create a central comprehensive document that can be queried for research purposes. Language Skills 6 years study of French Language, 1.5 years study of Italian Language, rudimentary Spanish (would be quick to learn given proficiency in French and Italian) Publications D Ippolito Michelle. Discrepancies in Data: The Role of Museums in the Illegal Antiquities Market, Collections A Journal for Museum and Archive Professionals Dec. (2012): 236. Article based on anthropological and museum research and fieldwork in museums that examines the recovery rates of stolen works of art to identify discrepancies between museums and investigative agency databases. This article analyzes the various factors determining a museum s response to theft, including a concern with public image and the lack of museum funding. It also presents several tactics to address these issues both by museums and law enforcement taking into account cultural property laws and regulations. Michelle D Ippolito, Case Study of the Illegal Antiquities Market in Michelle D Ippolito, Peter Reuter, Gabriella Sanchez, and Daniel Rico. Transnational Criminal Organizations, Terrorism and Radiological/Nuclear Smuggling: Exploring a Potential Nexus in Central America: Related Trafficking Activities Case Studies, College Park, MD, START, Report submitted to Department of Homeland Security for publication. Case study is available upon request. For access to the full report please contact Gary Ackerman at This case study examines the structure, methods, social organization and legal aspects of incidences of illicit trade in looted cultural property. Within the larger report, this study works alongside case studies from other illicit markets to determine potential similarities particularly in the methods of transport as well as any cross-fertilization in members. The Basics of Collections Care Online Course in Museum Collections Management for collateral duty employees of the Department of the Interior Completed November 2010, made available online January A CD copy is available upon request. Presentations D Ippolito, Michelle, New Methods of Mapping: The Application of Social Network Analysis to the Illegal Trade in Antiquities, paper submitted for presentation at the International Conference on Social Computing, Behavioral-Cultural Modeling, and Prediction (SBP), Washington, DC April 2-4, This study seeks to examine the application of a human-agent based network to the illegal trade in antiquities. Specifically, this study will test whether the hierarchical pyramidal structure 3

4 most often proposed by law enforcement in the case of Giacomo Medici is an accurate description of the structure of these networks. The results of the analysis reveal of discrepancies in how such networks structure are perceived, how they operate, and how cultural patterns and representation of criminal activity influence the perception of network structure. D Ippolito, Michelle, Discrepancies in Data: The Role of Museums in the Ability of Investigative Agencies to Affectively Recovery Stolen Artwork, paper presented at the Association for Research in Crimes against Art (ARCA) Conference, Amelia, Italy July 9-10, See abstract of article above. Prior Research D Ippolito, Michelle, New Methods of Mapping: The Application of Social Network Analysis to the Illegal Trade in Antiquities Undergraduate Honors Thesis. University of Maryland, College Park Research on the illicit trade in cultural property, looting, and the application of a human-agent based network to cultural property networks. Based on multi-disciplinary research and fieldwork, the study used social network analysis to visualize and analyze a case study in the international trafficking of looted objects. Specifically, this study tests whether the hierarchical pyramidal structure most often proposed by law enforcement in the case of Giacomo Medici is an accurate description and compares it to a Peruvian network in the illicit trade of looted South American cultural property. D Ippolito, Michelle, Legal Problems with Regulating Underground and Black Markets: An analysis of legal difficulties in regulating the Illegal Antiquities Market in Peru paper developed for Comparative Law graduate course at University of Maryland, College Park, Fall (See ANTH 689L on Transcript). An interpretation of the international and national regulations in effect in the United States and Peru regarding the illicit trade in cultural property and the conservation and the preservation of cultural heritage. Using legal and anthropological research, it examines how such concepts as legal pluralism, social norms, and the ownership of cultural heritage might affect the legal loopholes exploited by those operating within the illicit trade of looted objects. To do so, it shall focus on the particular cultural dynamics of the looting of Sipán, in Peru. D Ippolito, Michelle, An Examination and Retrial of the Case of the Government of Peru (Plaintiff) vs. Benjamin Johnson, Lawrence Wendt, David Swetnam, Jacqueline Swetnam, Gelsebach, Oman Gaspar, Roland Stanman & 352 Artifacts (Defendants), paper developed for Archaeological Law and Preservation course at University of Maryland, College Park, Fall Legal analysis of the case of the Government of Peru v. Johnson based on the relevant cultural heritage laws, regulations, and bilateral agreements that informed the case and an examination of the flaws that contributed to the failure of the suit. The analysis concludes with recommendations on where international law and repatriation legislation could provide a more accessible framework for such lawsuits in the future. Current Research 4

5 The Life and Work of Jesse H. Bratley: A Denver Museum of Nature and Science Ethnographic and Photographic Collection Draft article outlining the life of Jesse H. Bratley, a teacher, amateur ethnographer, and photographer at the Lower Cut Meat Creek Indian Day School in the late Nineteenth Century that is housed in the Denver Museum of Nature and Science in Denver, CO. Bratley s collection of ethnographic objects and photographs provides an intimate look at the day to day life on Native American Reservations in South Dakota. Trends and Influences in Looting Archaeological Sites during Emerging Conflicts Explore the relationship between the location and type of emerging conflicts and the looting of archaeological sites. Special emphasis is placed on the influence of political and sociocultural dynamics of emerging conflicts on the decision to loot and destroy cultural property. Other Teaching Assistant University of Maryland College Park Responses to Violence Teaching Assistant University of Maryland College Park Introduction to Criminal Justice Fall 2014 Mentor to Undergraduate in the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences Fall 2014 Tutor for High School Placement exams Fall 2012 Spring

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