Member Spotlight:

Charissa

Charissa Ruth Freelance Educator

Charissa is currently working as a freelance educator at several institutions including the Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space Museum, the Cooper Hewitt Museum, and the Brooklyn Public Library. She enjoys having so many opportunities to work with such varied audiences and ages! She believes that museums and other cultural institutions are truly inspirational spaces for every kind of learner and she enjoys sharing all the wonderful things she is learning about and teaching about through her Instagram account @lookwhereyagoin. She is also a graduate from the Bank Street College's Museum Education Program and University of South Carolina Honor College's Anthropology Program. Charissa is the coordinator for the Freelancer Peer Group. 

The Board of Trustees is pleased to present the inaugural NYCMER Annual Report, covering July 2016 to June 2017. This report provides a summary of the year’s professional development programming, conference, networking opportunities, peer groups, strategic planning, membership, and finances. We invite you to read about the ways in which NYCMER provides a forum for museum education professionals to address meaningful issues relevant to our work.

 

Annual Report (2016-2017)