Born and raised in Hōnaunau on the island of Hawai‘i, Ms. Pammer found her career in archaeology through her experience in Hawai‘i. She has 13 years of experience as a cultural researcher in the Islands. Her academic work includes field studies, research and laboratory work in the Hawai‘i and the Pacific region, including the Marquesas Islands. With CSH since 2006, she has conducted and supervised archaeological projects throughout the state including inventory surveys, data recovery, and archaeological monitoring of construction sites. She has and continues to author numerous archaeological reports that comply with applicable State and Federal regulations. Her projects range from urban archaeology in Kaka‘ako such as the Ko‘olani, Waihonua, and Howard Hughes Corporation development projects to archaeological field surveys on Hawai‘i Island in Kohanaiki and Keauhou. Her most recent work includes directing projects for Kamehameha Schools and A & B Properties.