Lisa Woodward

Lisa is the Archivist for the Pechanga Band of Indians, Cultural Resources Department. She earned her doctoral degree in Native American Studies from University of California, Davis. As archivist, Woodward manages the Tribe’s collection of photographs, archival documents, ephemera, and sound recordings. While at Davis as an undergraduate and later graduate student, she assisted in developing the J.P. Harrington Database Project, which assisted in providing Tribal Communities access to John Harrington’s extensive collection of field notes on Native languages. She also actively conducts research for the Tribe in the areas of Cultural Resource Management and Collection