Janine researches Hohokam rock art aided by the “Rock Band,” a group of 15 volunteers she assembles and leads in recording rock art in Southern Arizona. The rich data sets produced by this group have led to many new discoveries about petroglyphs and their cultural context, as well as recognition from the State Historic Preservation Office. The Rock Band finished a seven-year recording of Sutherland Wash in 2012 and are now working at Cocoraque Butte on a project affiliated with the Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society.
She is retired from a career as an executive for the National Audubon Society. Her interests encompass not only activities in the outdoors, but also a broad spectrum of surface design methods and experiments on fabric.