Member Spotlight:

Kinneret

Kinneret Kohn Manager of Teen Programs New-York Historical Society

Kinneret Kohn is the Manager of Teen Programs at the New-York Historical Society and is currently serving her fourth year on the NYCMER Board. Her previous positions include the Manager of Education & Public Programs and Interim Head of Programs & Visitor Experience at the Brooklyn Children's Museum, the Education Specialist at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, and as an Education Intern at the American Folk Art Museum. Kinneret earned an M.S. Ed in Leadership in Museum Education from Bank Street College of Education; an M.A. in International Education Development, focus on Peace Education, from Teachers College, Columbia University; and a B.A. in International Studies from The Ohio State University. She tweets at @KinneretK.

Members of the 2016 Conference Committee. Photo: Akash Sharma

NYCMER has a team of enthusiastic colleagues organizing the 2016 Annual Conference!

 

The Conference Committee provides a great opportunity to connect with colleagues, network, discuss best practices in the field, and, most importantly, help plan the Annual Conference. At the end of each summer, we put out a call for NYCMER members at all career levels to contribute their knowledge, experience, and time to this important professional development event.

Conference Committee members:

- identify and discuss key issues and trends in the field
- participate in one conference sub-committee (i.e. RFP, evaluation, after party)
- review and select proposals
- liaise with conference session chairs
- ensure that the conference runs smoothly

Conference Committee meetings take place after work one Tuesday each month at locations around the city. Committee members are expected to participate in 4 out of the 7 planning meetings, attend the Annual Conference, and communicate promptly via email.

If you have any questions about the Conference Commitee, please email NYCMER Vice President Dawnette Samuels at vicepresident@nycmer.org.