Drawn from the Center for Public Humanities’ deep pool of alumni, the panelists in this new Zoom series represent a cross-section of our eclectic field. Join us in conversation over three virtual sessions to connect, ask questions, and prepare for next steps.
The 2nd panel discussion in the series will focus on Advocacy, Government and Service.
Elon Cook-Lee ’14: Director of Interpretation and Education, National Trust for Historic Preservation, Washington, DC.
Anna Eunjoo Ghublikian ’13: Marketing and Outreach Director, Women’s Wilderness, Boulder, CO.
Leah Nahmias ’09: Director of Programs and Community Engagement, Indiana Humanities, Indianapolis, IN.
Eduardo Robles ’16: Project Manager, Department of Cultural Affairs, City of Los Angeles, CA.
Amy Atticks ’11: Writer and Strategist, Richmond, VA.
Moderated by Hanna Leatherman, Public Humanities Student.