Jacy Miller is a PhD student at the University of Hawaiʻi Mānoa’s Department of Anthropology and a Student Affiliate at the East-West Center. Her proposed dissertation is focused on Latte-period pottery with concepts linking household economy, ceramic ecology, and land-use practices on the island of Guam. Jacy received her MA degree in Archaeology from Universiteit Leiden in the Netherlands, and before that, a BA in Anthropology from the University of Guam. Jacy has more than eight years of experience in the field and laboratory. She has worked as an archaeologist, chief crew supervisor, research assistant, teaching assistant, project specialist, and field assistant for various cultural resource management firms and institutions. She assisted and, at times, lead the fieldwork, laboratory work, and technical report writing for these positions. She has been a part of several archaeological field schools in the Philippines, Guam, and Hawaiʻi.