The National Committee is comprised of students from around Australia who promote NASC at their respective institutions.

If you are keen to get involved and help with the organisation and promotion of the National Archaeology Student Conference please submit a 50 word bio and what university/major/level of study to! 

Elodie Peart (Monash University) has archaeological experience in regional Victoria and Melbourne CBD, with dreams of digging in Egypt one day. Currently completing her honours thesis, Elodie has married together aspects of her two undergraduate majors, Ancient World Studies and Anthropology, and is studying depictions of Otherness in royal objects from the New Kingdom, Egypt. As much as she loves her time in the trenches, Elodie also enjoys studying artefacts indoors and is an aspiring curator. Elodie is currently assisting to curate the exhibit Battles and gods: stories from the ancient Greeks at The University of Melbourne (open April-July, 2017).

Lily Nash is a third year student at the University of Melbourne majoring in ancient world studies and classics. However, after recently returning from an archaeology course in Israel and discovering how crucial innovative archaeology is to the traditional study of history, lily has decided that the best way she can assist the area of study is becoming a rock. 


Carly "Kefie" Blair Developed a love for ancient history and digging up treasure at a young age. Currently in the final stages of a Bachelor of Archaeology, she has field experience in Israel (Tel Azekah) and has high hopes for excavating in Egypt. Macquarie University.


Genevieve Le Ban (Evie) is an archaeologist in training from Macquarie University Sydney, trying to be a better archaeologist than Indiana jones ever was. Doing a major in ancient Egyptian and the Near Eastern archaeology with a particular interest in maritime archaeology... which she know sounds a bit ironic.

Mia "Stingray" McGee is a second year Classics and Archaeology student at the University of Melbourne. She hopes to pursue a career and earn her PhD in Ancient Near Eastern Archaeology. She has knowledge of Ancient Greek and Latin, and hopes to learn Sanskrit and Akkadian in the final year of her undergraduate degree. In her spare time, Mia enjoys reading, writing poetry, doing yoga and spending time in nature. She is known as Stingray by her friends for her biting retorts and ability to blend into the seabed, a highly unusual skill.