Diane Winslow, M.A., RPA

Office: Las Vegas, Nevada



  • 1996, M.A., Anthropology/University of Nevada, Las Vegas
  • 1990, B.A., Sociology/San Diego State University


Diane L. Winslow is a Registered Professional Archaeologist with more than 20 years of professional archaeological experience. She earned her B.A. degree from San Diego State University in 1990, her M.A. degree from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in 1996, and has been involved with more than 100 survey, monitoring, testing and data recovery project in the Mojave Desert, Great Basin and Colorado Plateau regions of Arizona, California, Nevada and Utah. Before joining ASM, she served as the Director of the Cultural Resources Program at the Harry Reid Center for Environmental Studies, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, as well as served as a Principal Investigator for the same organization. For a short three months in 1998 Ms. Winslow served as a crew chief for an archaeological testing project along Mogollon Rim area in central Arizona for Statistical Research Inc, and prior to 1998 Ms. Winslow, was an Archaeological Technician for the Desert Research Institute where she was involved with all aspects of cultural resource management. During her years at Desert Research Institute she was also active in Native American consultations. As a Senior Archaeologist for ASM, her responsibilities include the daily operation of the Las Vegas Branch Office, proposal development and writing, design and implementation of archaeological survey, testing, data recovery, and monitoring projects throughout the American west.