Announcing the Class of 2012

Please join me in welcoming the SHA Class of 2012. The class includes 21 history professionals representing institutions from across the spectrum and from as far away as Alaska and the Caribbean!

They will be journeying to Indianapolis in late October and spend three weeks in this amazing program.

Below, in alphabetical order, is the Class of 2012.

Rachel Baum Manager of Family Programs Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello

Marisa Berman Executive Director Queens Historical Society

Bill Brewster Curator of Collections First Division Museum

Bethany Buckingham Curator Dorothy G. Page Museum

Jose Delanoy Administrator Pablo Casals Museum

Jessica Dorman Director of Publications The Historic New Orleans Collection

Emily Dunnack Head of Education Programs Connecticut Historical Society

Jessica Ellison Communications Specialist Minnesota Historical Society

Leo Goodsell Executive Director Historic Westville

Callie Hawkins Curator of Education President Lincoln’s Cottage

Stacia Kuceyeski Manager, Educational Partnerships and Outreach Ohio Historical Society

J.J. Lamb Director Vail Preservation Society

Heather Mead Director of Programming Heritage Museums & Gardens

Mike Reuter Executive Director Rock County Historical Society

Jeannette Rooney Coordinator, Local History Services Indiana Historical Society

Liz Scott Shatto Director Heart of the Civil War Heritage Area

Ryan Spencer Manager, Firestone Farm and Equine Operations The Henry Ford

Kim Outten Stubbs Chief Curator The National Museum of the Bahamas/Antiquities, Monuments and Museum Corporation

Beth Van Allen Assistant Director, Civil War Governors of Kentucky Digital Documentary Edition Kentucky Historical Society

Maureen Ward Manager, Public Programs Canadian Museum of Civilization

Allison Wickens Director of Education National Postal Museum, Smithsonian Institution

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Posted on October 1, 2012, in Leadership, Seminar for Historical Administration, SHA. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Welcome! Absorb and enjoy!

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