Dr. Diana Mozingo-Gorman has worked as an archaeologist, anthropologist, and paleoethnobotanist for 25 years. Although she specializes in Prehistoric Southeastern Archaeology, she has worked around the world exploring topics such as ritual sacrifice and burial, the archaeology of shamanism and witchcraft, and the origins of myth and legends. She’s been interviewed for archaeological segments on both CNN and The History Channel. Dedicated to wildlife conservation and world literacy, she actively participates in outreach programs with Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International and The United Way.

Diana is married, is mother to three cats, calls 21 lowland gorillas friends, and lives in North Carolina. In her spare time, she works on restoring her historic home, and filling the bookshelves in its big old library.