M. Nicole Coscolluela (email@example.com) served for two years as the Project Coordinator for “Rocky Mount Mills: From Adaptive Reuse to Public Engagement,” funded with an NHPRC (National Historical Publications and Records Commission) grant. She holds an MA in Public History from North Carolina State University where she was awarded the 2017 Public History Award and was one of the first graduates to earn the university’s Digital Humanities Certificate. Nicole’s interests within digital public history include community outreach, access, and inclusion, which stems from her time in AmeriCorps working at Wake County Health and Human Services. Previous projects include mapping Charlotte’s public school re-segregation and creating an augmented reality app for a Roman bust from the Nasher Museum. Other special interests include historic preservation, cultural resource management, and museum studies. She holds a BA in Classics and Archaeology from Johns Hopkins University and an MSc in Human Osteoarchaeology from the University of Edinburgh (Scotland).