CERAMIC TECHNICIAN, Greenwich House Pottery, New York, NY, 2018-present.
ILLUSTRATION SUPERVISOR, Pompeii Archaeological Research Project: Porta Stabia, 2013 - present.
COLLECTIONS TECHNICIAN, Brooklyn Children’s Museum, 2017.
OWNER/DESIGNER, Fieldwork Ceramics, Brooklyn, NY, 2015-present
RESEARCH ASSISTANT, Pompeii Artifact Life History Project (PALHIP), directed by J. Theodore Pena, University of California - Berkeley, 2013-105.
WEB CONTENT MANAGER, The Ceramic Shop, Philadelphia PA, 2013-2015.
CERAMIC TECHNICIAN, The Ceramic Shop, Philadelphia PA, 2011-2013.
LOGISTICS COORDINATOR/CERAMIC TECHNICIAN, Ceramics Program, The George Washington University Department of Fine Arts and Art History, Washington DCm 2004-2008.
FREELANCE ILLUSTRATOR, National Museum of Natural History, Department of Old World Archaeology, Washington, DC, 2002-2005.
MA, Anthropology (archaeology concentration), Temple University Anthropology department, 2016
MFA, Ceramics, The George Washington University Department of Fine Arts and Art History, 2008
BA, Classical Archaeology and Fine Arts, The George Washington University Department of Fine Arts and Art History, 2003
Unica Magazine issue 1: Sharing food. January 2019. Featured artist.
Caroline Cheung and Gina Tibbott. “The Dolia of Regio I, Insula 22: Evidence for the production and repair of dolia.” Proceedings from Fecisti Cretaria: Produzione e circolazione ceramica Pompeii: State degli studi e prospettivedi ricerca, Pompeii, Italy, June 17-18 2016. Published by the Soprintendenza di Pompei, Pompei Italy, 2017.
Neel Krishnan, Gina Tibbott, and Mitalee Bharadwaj. “System and Method for Visio-tactile Sending”. U.S. Provisional patent filing 62302872, 3 March 2016.
The Archaeological Institute of America Best Poster Award, awarded to to Caroline Cheung and Gina Tibbott for ‘The Dolia of Regio I, Insula 22’, at the AIA/SCS Annual Meeting, Toronto, January 2017.
The Etruscan Foundation Fellowship, 2003.