Who’s Who at the
Marin History Museum
Holly Gallagher, Curator,
Holly Gallagher holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Anthropology from San Jose State University and a Master’s Degree in Museum Studies from John F. Kennedy University. She joins the staff at the Museum after working among such prestigious museums as the San Francisco Maritime National Historic Park, in San Francisco, California, the Charles M. Schulz Museum and Research Center, in Santa Rosa, California, and the Auckland War Memorial Museum in Auckland, New Zealand. She is the first recipient of the Gianna Capecci Scholarship Award, and is author of "Preserve History, Preserve your Sanity: Volunteer Management within Small History Museum Collections," which is about working to help collections management members better preserve and maintain the collections with the assistance of the volunteers which already exist within their museums. She has also written articles for the JFKU newsletter, and was a co-speaker at a workshop for the 2010 California Association of Museums Conference.
Marcie Miller, Museum Manager, (415) 454-8538, ext. 3#
Marcie holds a bachelor's degree in Information Systems Development from University of California, San Diego. Before coming to the Marin History Museum as the Museum Manager, she spent the majority of her professional career at Allied Health in HMO Administration. Marcie has been critical in creating the Museum's educational outreach to the local groups like Marin's youth and elderly. Groups like the Boy Scouts of America have benefited from her personalized tours of the Boyd Gate House and neighboring Boyd Park, as have senior groups. She is also a master at illuminating Marin's history to contemporary audiences. For example, she visits senior housing communities and presents virtual walking tours to those who are no longer able to stroll through their neighborhoods. Marcie is also an accomplished professional seamstress and has re-fabricated antique Parasol from the 1890s. Many of which have won awards, included three from the Marin County Fair.
Jocelyn Moss, Librarian, (415) 382-0770, ext. 7#
Jocelyn has been with the Marin History Museum since 1990 as the institution's sole librarian. She is a graduate of the College of William & Mary and the George Peabody College for Teachers, now the Education Department at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. Before that she worked at the California Historical Society in San Francisco, the California Room at the Marin County Free Library, and the California Genealogical Society & Library in Oakland, California, totaling more than 30 years of experience. Jocelyn is also the author of Early San Rafael and co-authored the Marin History Museum's most recent book titled Modern San Rafael: 1940-2000 with MHM Director Michelle Kaufman.
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