Gillian King-Bailey is a biological anthropologist working toward her doctorate in Anthropology at Tulane University. She has a Master’s degree from Tulane University and a Bachelor’s degree from Sonoma State University. Ms. King-Bailey is currently writing her dissertation on the proximate and ultimate causes of dominance in wild female white-faced capuchin monkeys. Her areas of research interest include animal behavior, endocrinology, and behavioral ecology.
Ms. King-Bailey teaches at SoPA, in the Department of Anthropology at Tulane, and at Operation Restoration. She also teaches Introduction to Biological Anthropology and Primate Behavior and Ecology at the Louisiana Correctional Institute for Women and for the Anthropology Department.
In her free time, she enjoys camping, sewing, playing with her dog, Malcolm, and spending time with her extended family.
Without saying what the category is, what are your top five?
Peanut Butter Fudge Pie
Cashew Butter and Dark Chocolate
What are your favorite activities when you are not working?
Spending time outdoors with my dog and extended family.
If you could travel anywhere, where would you go?