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JMM Advisory Board

 

Mary Jo Clark - JMM Advisory Board Convener

 

Heather Lerner - JMM Director, ex oficio

 

Neal Baker - Library Director at Earlham College

 

Kate Barber -Museum Education, Maker Space, and Artist Experience

 

Dakota Collins - Advancement at Earlham College

 

Emily Conrad - Co-founder and Experience Director of Tessellate Studios, EC Alum

 

Robert Couch - Assistant Professor of Global Management at Earlham College

 

Shaun Dingworth - Richmond Art Museum Director

 

Lydia Evans - Joseph Moore Museum Student Marketing Rep

 

Shannon Hayes - Geology Collections Manager

 

Seth Hopper - Assistant Professor of Physics and Astronomy at Earlham College

 

Fiona Kelly - Joseph Moore Museum Student Outreach and Museum Studies Rep

 

Paris Pegg - Morrisson Reeves Library Director

 

Sara Penhale - Retired Science Library Director of Earlham College

 

Jay Roberts - Associate Vice President of Academic Affairs at Earlham College

 

Chris Smith - Associate Professor of Biology at Earlham College

 

Dave Snow - Richmond Mayor

 

Maggie Thomas - Associate Professor of Psychology at Earlham College

 

Mary Walker - Richmond Tourism Bureau Executive Director

 

Would you like to help us at JMM? Contact our director jmm-director at earlham.edu 

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