Member Spotlight:

Ellysheva

Ellysheva Zeira Education Assistant for Access Lower East Side Tenement Museum

Ellysheva is a Senior Educator at the Lower East Side Tenement Museum (LESTM), where she gives public tours of the historic tenement, walking tours, facilitated discussion tours, as well as tours to school groups from across the country and around the globe. She is also involved in the creation and implementation of new tours, programs and polices. Before her time as an educator at the LESTM, she worked as a research intern for the LESTM's Education Department.  She also currently works as an office manager for a small executive search firm. Ellysheva has a Bachelor's Degree in English and American Literature as well as History from New York University. She is originally from New Hampshire and currently lives in Brooklyn. 

The 2017 NYCMER Conference was held on Monday, May 22, 2017 at School of Visual Arts.

 

This year's conference featured:

Keynote Conversation with Amy Bartow-Melia, MacMillan Associate Director forAudience Engagement at the National Museum of American History, and Laura Huerta Migus, Executive Director at the Association of Children’s Museums. Moderated by Esther Jeong, Diversity Business Partner at Google.

 

27 sessions and 10 poster presentations on a variety of topics including: access, internships, programming, school and community partnerships, technology, evaluation, curriculum development, and more!

 

Opportunities to network with friends and colleagues at poster sessions, peer group meet-ups, and opening/closing receptions.

 

Handouts and presentations along with a full video of keynote from the conference are shared on the resource section of the Member Zone.