Announcing the Class of 2011

The SHA partners are pleased to announce the SHA Class of 2011. These individuals will join a select fraternity of history professionals who have attended SHA throughout its more than 50-year history.

The 2011 Developing History Leaders @SHA program will run October 29-November 19 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (For the full program curriculum, CLICK HERE.)

Congratulations to the Class of 2011!

  • Andy Albertson, Curator of Education, Branigan Cultural Center, Las Cruces, NM
  • Becca Loofburrow, Coordinator, Indiana Junior Historical Society, Indiana Historical Society, Indianapolis, IN
  • Bob Hart, Executive Director, Lane County Historical Society and Museum, Eugene, OR
  • Cynthia Capers, Associate Director of Education and Changing Exhibits, Holocaust Museum, Houston, TX
  • Danielle Hamelin, Program/Policy Advisor, National Historic Sites Renewal, Parks Canada, Gatineau, Quebec
  • Haley Tallman, Sectional Archaeology Program Developer, Angel Mounds State Historic Site, Evansville, IN
  • Jamie Glavic, Marketing & Web Communications Manager, Underground Railroad Freedom Center, Cincinnati, OH
  • Jason Crabill, Manager, Curatorial Services, Ohio Historical Society, Columbus, OH
  • John Elder, Guest Experience Manager, Conner Prairie, Fishers, IN
  • Kyle McKoy, Director, Museum at Papago Park (Arizona Historical Society), Tempe, AZ
  • Lillian Choy, Assistant Public Programs Manager, Homestead Museum, City of Industry, CA
  • Mark Sundlov, Historic Site Supervisor, Ronald Reagan Minuteman Missile State Historic Site (Historical Society of ND), Cooperstown, ND
  • Patricia Lessane, Executive Director, Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture at The College of Charleston, Charleston, SC
  • Sarah Milligan, Administrator, Kentucky Oral History Commission, Kentucky Historical Society, Frankfort, KY
  • Travis Zimmerman, Indian Affairs Liaison and Site Manager, Minnesota Historical Society, Onamia, MN

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