Kellam Throgmorton (Ph.D. Binghamton University, 2019) is the Field Director for the Northern Chaco Outliers Project. His research interests include early villages, sociopolitical organization, landscape archaeology, and architecture. Kellam’s dissertation considered Chaco landscapes as a form of political action, and he conducted fieldwork at two Chaco outlier communities—Morris 40 (near Farmington, NM), and Padilla Wash (in Chaco Culture National Historical Park). He assisted in research at numerous outliers, including Chimney Rock, Las Ventanas, and Aztec North. Kellam is excited to be working at the Haynie site and looks forward to sharing his enthusiasm with students and participants.