2022 Museum GPS Level 1 & SCP



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8/26/2020 9:00:00 AM

2022 Museum GPS Level 1 & SCP

2022

Stage, Sarah

Glenn Lochrie

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Scoring Open

Panelists (7)

  • County: Miami-Dade County

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County: MiamiDade

Bio

  • Museum specialist and folklorist and Coordinator/Assistant Professor of Museum Studies at Florida International University
  • Previous experience includes work in museums in Ohio, Oklahoma and Florida; and consultations for museums within the US and oversaw and conducted extensive field research in ethnic communities across the United States and in Greece
  • Author of “We Are Few, Folklore and Ethnic Identity of the Jewish Community of Ioannina, Greece, Published by Lexington Books, 2008. Annette has published articles on immigrant-ethnic groups in America, Jews in Greece, Greek folklore, Native Americans in museums, multicultural museums, and folk art
  • Past-President of the International Committee of Museums of Ethnography (ICME) and Member of the Florida Folklife Council
  • Ph.D. in Folklore with minors in Art History and Anthropology, Indiana University; and B.A., African Studies and Textiles, Kent State University
  • County: Sarasota County

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County: Sarasota

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  • Membership Manager, Marie Selby Botanical Gardens, Sarasota, Florida
  • Previously, Director of Advancement; Development Associate, Major Gifts; Grants Officer and Manager, Volunteer Services; and Campaign Manager, Children’s Rainvorest; Marie Selby Botanical Gardens; Executive Director, Literacy Council of Sarasota; and Annual Fund Director, Emerson College
  • B.A., Journalism, University of South Carolina-Columbia
  • County: Okaloosa County

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County: Okaloosa

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  • Executive Director, Emerald Coast Science Center and Adjunct Professor, University of West Florida in Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice
  • Previously, Research Chemist, Food and Drug Administration and taught supplemental elementary science education courses
  • M.S.F.S, Forensic Science, University of Alabama at Birmingham and B.S., Chemistry, Huntingdon College
  • County: Hillsborough County

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County: Hillsborough

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  • Corporate and Foundation Relations Manager, Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa, Florida
  • Previously, Director of Development – Florida Region, Phoenix Houses of Florida; Director of Distinguished Gifts, Children’s Home Society of Florida; and Director of Development, East Stroudsburg University Foundation
  • Past Board Member, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Retired Senior and Volunteer Program, and Monroe County Habitat for Humanity; and Past President, Association of Fundraising Professionals
  • M.A., Early Childhood Education, Oakland University; B.F.A., Eastern Michigan University; and Certified Fundraising Professional (CFRE)
  • County: Monroe County

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County: Monroe

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  • Chief Executive Officer, Florida Keys Land & Sea Trust at Crane Point Museum and Nature Center, Marathon, Florida. 
  • Previously Coordinator and Director of Cultural Event Programs at the City of Marathon 
  • B.A., Business Management and Environmental Studies, Washburn University, Topeka, Kansas
  • County: Orange County

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County: Orange

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  • Executive Director, Holocaust Memorial Resource & Education Center of FL, Orlando, Florida
  • Previously, Development Director, Touro Infirmary Foundation, and The New Orleans Center for the Arts; and Executive Director, Legacy Donor Foundation
  • M.S.W., Tulane University and B.A., Washington University
  • County: Seminole County

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County: Seminole

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  • Director and CEO, Goldsboro West Side Community Historical Association
  • BA, International Relations and International Business.,University of South Florida