Meet our New Treasurer and Committee Members

closecrop_headshotName: Milan Jordan
Committee: Governance
Position: Treasurer
Milan has a background in architecture and American Studies, with a passion for museums and non-profits. She currently works at an architecture organization developing resources, engaging artists and industry partners, as well as managing new program development. Her career is the intersection of mission-driven work for the built and cultural environments.

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Name: Stephanie Keating
Committee: Conference
Position: Committee Member
Stephanie works as the Adult Programs Coordinator at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery. In her role as a museum educator, she seeks to facilitate opportunities for the public to access and understand contemporary art. She has a MA in Art History from Boston University with a specialization in mid-century Latin American and European art.

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Name: Matt Wagner
Committee: Conference
Position: Committee Member
Matt is an emerging access professional, dedicated to decreasing barriers in cultural institutions. He is a 2016 graduate of the Cooperstown Graduate Program. During his free time, he spends time nerding out to video games, astronomy, and nature.

kimpton_headshot_2017Name: Rachel Kimpton
Committee: Website
Position: Committee Member
Rachel is an educator currently living and practicing in Chicago. During the day, she convinces people that vegetables are amazing and that all things creepy and/or crawly are really cool; she moonlights as a “rogue” public program developer with her cohort at Museum Game Night, encouraging people to be playful at museums around town. She believes in the healing powers of breakfast tacos, loves escaping the city to commune with wilderness, and enjoys playing boardgames with her life partner.

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Name: Sena Dawes
Committee: Survey
Position: Chair
Sena is a recent graduate of the UW Museology (Seattle) master’s program and currently works as an evaluator at the Missouri History Museum. She spends her free time binge watching Netflix, playing the bass in various community orchestra, and volunteering at her local dog shelter. And always looking for interactive data visualizations to fill in the gaps in between.
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