A native Bostonian and lifelong history enthusiast, Rosalie Wilbur recently returned to her hometown after spending a year in the North of England where she earned her master's degree in medieval archaeology from the University of York. Previously, Rosalie studied archaeology and art history at Boston University, graduating with degrees in each discipline in 2014. A significant portion of her academic focus has dealt with church architecture and parish development over time as well as sharing her passion with others through public archaeology. Working in King's Chapel unites her love for studying churches and their communities with the history of Boston. Aside from digging through the past and helping others explore it, she's an avid supporter of Arsenal FC and the Boston Red Sox and loves to cook, read and ski.