Museum and Gallery Professional
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I am a museum and gallery professional who has recently relocated to Dallas from New Orleans.
Goldsmiths-University of London, London — MA in Social Anthropology
Distinction in Urban Anthropology; Awarded 2008
Transylvania University, Lexington, Kentucky— BA in Anthropology and History; Awarded 2007
-Distinction in Urban Anthropology awarded at Goldsmiths-University of London
-Member of Lambda Alpha (National Anthropology Honorary) and Phi Alpha Theta (National History Honorary)
New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans —Coordinator of Volunteers; Visitor Engagement Associate
July 2018-June 2020
-Responsible for vetting and training 50+ new volunteers.
-Sole producer of all volunteer training manuals and newsletters.
-Instrumental in creating new volunteer positions such as attendants for a new art gallery space in the Besthoff Sculpture Garden expansion.
-Creator of supplemental programming for volunteers including curator and docent led tours and volunteer social events.
-Donor events and outreach as part of the museum’s development department.
-Member of multiple committees across museum departments.
-Proficient in Raiser’s Edge.
Mac-Gryder Gallery, New Orleans — Gallery Assistant
St. Andrews Episcopal School, New Orleans — Teacher
-Provider of lesson planning and supervision of preschool students.
Louisiana State Museum, New Orleans — Assistant to Greg Lambousy; Digital Archivist for the Colonial Documents Project
-Responsible for the digitization of thousands of French and Spanish 18th century New Orleans court documents.
-Assisted Mr. Lambousy (Director, New Orleans Jazz Museum) with correspondence, solicitation of donations, project planning and implementation, and exhibit installation.
University of New Orleans, New Orleans — Research Assistant
-Research assistant for two university departments. Conducted research, fact checking, and editing for a UNO Press publication.
-Digitized 19th century runaway slave advertisements as part of the Freedom on the Move project.
- Raiser’s Edge