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Bryan Hill

Bryan graduated with a Bachelor of Art in History from Suffolk University and has a background in museum volunteering and as well as working with children’s groups at the Museum of Science and the National Park Service.  He has traveled extensively across the United States as well as internationally.  After taking two semesters abroad through the University of Mississippi, he visited multiple ruins and pyramid sites in Mexico where he developed an appreciation of ancient cultures and civilizations.  While there, he also picked up a secondary language in Spanish.  Along with being a History graduate, Bryan is a member of the Phi Alpha Theta National Honors Society.  In his spare time, Bryan enjoys working out, reading and has an interest in medicine and nutrition.



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