DR. CATHERINE LEWIS is a Professor of History, the Director of the Museum of History and Holocaust Education, and the Executive Director of the Department of Museums, Archives and Rare Books at Kennesaw State University. In addition to her work at KSU, she is a curator and special projects coordinator at the Atlanta History Center and has curated more than 30 exhibitions. She holds a B.A. in English and History from Emory University and a M.A. and Ph.D. in American Studies from the University of Iowa.
TONY HOWELL is Exhibit Specialist for Kennesaw State University's Museum of History and Holocaust Education, where he manages exhibit installation and the museum's many traveling exhibits. He has decades of experience working in a variety of museums and exhibit formats.
PATRICIA T. MOSIER is the Exhibit Manager for Kennesaw State University's Museum of History and Holocaust Education. In her fifteen years as a museum professional at the High Museum of Art and the Atlanta History Center, she has concentrated on Public Programs and Volunteer Services. She has a B.F.A. from Manhattanville College in Purchase, New York.
RICHARD HARKER is the Education and Outreach Coordinator for the Museum of History and Holocaust Education. He attended the University of St. Andrews in Scotland where he graduated with a M.A. with Honors in Modern History. He attended Emory University in Atlanta on the Bobby Jones Scholarship, and has a Masters degree in Modern History from the University of Durham, England. He works closely with KSU faculty and students, local teachers and school children and a wide variety of community organizations to share the importance of the Holocaust and World War II today.
ASHLEY K. BAILEY is the Budget and Office Manager at the Museum of History and Holocaust Education. She has worked at Kennesaw State University for four years, previously as the Assistant to the AVP for Financial Services. Prior to coming to KSU she worked in Aviation Maintenance Administration in the United States Navy.
JULIA BROCK is the Curator at the Museum of History and Holocaust Education. She is currently a PhD candidate in Public History at the University of California Santa Barbara. She has served as the Assistant-Reviews Editor at The Public Historian and has worked for a variety of organizations including the National Park Service and the Atlanta History Center.
ANNA E. TUCKER is the Assistant Museum Manager for Kennesaw State University's Museum of History and Holocaust Education. Before coming to the MHHE, she worked with several scholastic and community organizations to encourage discussion and interaction between groups of diverse backgrounds. She holds a B.A.H. in History from Berry College in Rome, Georgia.