Jennifer has worked extensively in the field of public history as a museum educator, deputy executive director, and consultant. At RRCHNM, her interests include teacher training, outreach, and thinking about how people interact with the past online. Jennifer has presented workshops about historical thinking and technology in the classroom at national conferences including the National Council for the Social Studies, National Social Studies Supervisors Association, American Historical Association, National Council on History Education, and the International Society of Technology in Education, among others. She also serves as adjunct faculty for Mason’s Arts Management program teaching a course on Technology in the Arts and coordinating the graduate internship program. Jennifer holds a B.A. in history from the College of William and Mary and an M.A. in history museum studies from the Cooperstown Graduate Program at SUNY-Oneonta.