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Rachel is the executive assistant to the Director of Education. She also has other responsibilities related to the intersection of Education activities with the rest of the museum. She is a 2013 graduate of Cleveland State University and is currently working on a master’s degree, which she plans to complete in the Summer of 2017.
Diane manages all aspects of scheduling, billing, and collections for the Distance Learning department. She is also involved with the technical production of videoconferences.
Thomasine coordinates the docents and all aspects of the museum's permanent collection tour offerings including schools, daily public tours, and special groups. She has a bachelor's degree from Cleveland State's Levine College of Urban Affairs and has been on staff with the museum for more than 25 years.
Through the Teacher Resource Center and Museum Ambassadors, Hajnal helps students and teachers explore ways they can use programs and resources at the museum. She has six years of experience teaching art in public schools and holds a MLIS with an emphasis in Youth Services from Kent State University.
Jeanna teaches and assists in children's and home school programs and also schedules school studios. A licensed K–12 teacher, she holds a Master's degree in education with research focused on art education's impact on perception and literacy. Current post-graduate work is in art history and the humanities.
Stephanie supports the work of the Interpretation department, including interpretive planning for special exhibitions, public programming planning and support, docent training, and the production of interpretive materials for exhibitions, permanent collection, and ArtLens. She holds a Master’s degree in Art History and Museum Studies from Case Western Reserve University.
Dyane oversees the museum's art classes for children and teens which meet on Saturdays throughout the year and on some weekdays during the summer. She is also involved in adult studio classes, school studios, our PNC pre-school program, ELI, Circle Sampler Camp, and Future Connections.
Dale directs the Teaching and Learning area of the Education Department overseeing Distance Learning, Art To Go, and the Teacher Resource Center. She holds an M.A. in Art History from The University of Chicago and a BFA from Virginia Commonwealth University. She is the co-author of Japanese Prints Today: Tradition with Innovation and has produced in conjunction with the Distance Learning staff forty-seven videoconference topics.
Kate works with learners of all ages beginning with the very youngest students. Kate also works to develop new family programs based on our collection and special exhibitions. Her background is in both studio art and art history. She received her J.D. from Case Western Reserve University, where she teaches "Law and the Visual Arts."