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Maya Wright '04

Maya -WrightMaya D. Wright `04 majored in art with a focus in art history at Earlham. While at the College, she was active in Earlham Young Friends and helped to found Quaker House, wrote a column on Quakerism for the Word, and worked for Admissions. She completed her master's degree in art history and museum studies from the University in Denver in 2013. She lives in Denver, Colo., working as communications manager and historian for Kirkland Museum of Fine & Decorative Art, where she has been since 2005.

She began her term on the Alumni Council in 2014 and is a member of the Off-Campus Affairs Committee. Her favorite memories of Earlham include performing in New Student Week skits, singing in Concert Choir, classes abroad in London and Mexico, and the silly camaraderie of amazing friends.


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