Dr. Doelle has more than 40 years of experience as a professional archaeologist. He has worked extensively in Mexico, Guatemala, and the North American Southwest. His primary research interest is the demographic history of the Greater Southwest. Dr. Doelle served six years as Treasurer of the Archaeology Division of theAmerican Anthropological Association, and he was a member of the Board of Directors of the Society for American Archaeology (SAA), as well as Chair of the SAA’s Fundraising Committee.
Bill came to Tucson almost 50 years ago as a new graduate student. Today, he is the founder and president of two Tucson-based organizations dedicated to respectfully exploring the Southwest’s past and sharing that story with everyone. His commitment to the region shows through the meticulous care and scholarship he and his teams bring to the study of the Southwest’s deep heritage, and through his fierce advocacy for preserving important places as a legacy for the future.