GUSA Cultural Resources Conference
In 2017 I worked with GSUSA Cultural Resources Department staff to bring to fruition the Cultural Resources History Conference as part of G.I.R.L 2017 Triennial Conference in Columbus Ohio.
From the early concept to the post-conference analysis my knowledge as a women’s history expert, and work as a senior level program developer played a key role. My work also included the research and preparation of content and program materials for sessions “Centennial of the 19th Amendment,” “Relevancy and Women’s History,” “Beyond the Badges: Galvanizing 21st Century Girls,” “Innovating Sensitive Collections Topics,” and “Innovating Programming and Teaching with Girl Scout History”. This also included development, implementation, and all post conference analysis of the social media agenda and content, which had never been done for the Cultural Resource Conference prior to my involvement.