SRSinc currently employs a staff of approximately 25 people in California and Alaska. Several key staff have been with the company for years and are uniquely qualified to handle smaller cultural resource management projects. This frees Dr. Wiley to concentrate her efforts as Principal Investigator on the larger/long-term, more complex, and politically-charged research efforts. SRSinc employs 5 additional principals; 4 with PhDs and 1 holding an MA or MS degree.
Our educated staff provides for flexibility in project assignments, allowing SRSinc to commit 11 individuals (MA/BA degrees/MA candidates) for grading monitoring and other research efforts for the duration of a contract with 8 additional support staff. These individuals are qualified for research in a diverse number of disciplines including: Anthropology, Archaeology, History, Architectural History, Historic Preservation, Paleoecology of Human Societies, Geological Sciences, Marine Biology, and Digital Design. Employee longevity is a key attribute to the success of SRSinc and survival during lean periods. The immense support and personnel committed to SRSinc has contributed to a smooth-functioning, cohesive team for several years.