Professional Development

A Sneak Peak into SHA

Here’s a post I wrote for the Developing History Leaders @SHA blog this week (full disclosure: I’m the Chair of the SHA Alumni Committee).

If you’ve heard my spiel before (which, if you’ve ever met me or ran into me at a conference, I’m sure you have), you know that I’m an advocate for the SHA program – not only because of what it has done for me and my own career, but also because of what I have seen the program do to shape the lives and careers of so many of my peers and colleagues.

SHA is the real deal.

Developing History Leaders @SHA | Seminar for Historical Administration

Developing History Leaders @SHA is an unrivaled professional development experience.

And I’m not just saying this because I am the chair of the Alumni Committee. It’s true.

SHA is a distinctive, one-of-a-kind experience because it combines depth, in the form of three weeks of engaging deep discussion about issues facing the history/museum field, with breadth—discussions led by nationally recognized leaders in the history/museum field. SHA brings current and future leaders together to learn from each other, challenge one another, and develop life-long relationships, all in an intimate and collegial atmosphere.

If you’ve heard my spiel before (which, if you’ve ever met me or ran into me at a conference, I’m sure you have), you know that I’m an advocate for the SHA program – not only because of what it has done for me and my own career, but also because of what I have seen the program do to…

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