Recorded Webinar: What is the History Leadership Institute? (October 2022)

Recorded On: 10/19/2022

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Webinar Description

The History Leadership Institute is the best professional development opportunity for mid- and advanced-career professionals at history organizations of all types and sizes. Since 1959, HLI has provided people at all management levels the tools, ideas, and connections to enhance their ability to lead institutions and the field. Applications for History Leadership Institute Seminar will open October 17 are due December 31, 2022. Those interested in learning more are invited to join Dr. Ashley Bouknight-Claybrooks, Senior Manager of Professional Development, for an informational webinar about the program, application requirements, and scholarship opportunities. 

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RECORDED DATE: October 19, 2022

COST: FREE

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Ashley Bouknight-Claybrooks

Senior Manager of Professional Development

AASLH

Dr. Ashley Bouknight-Claybrooks currently serves as the Senior Manager of Professional Development for the American Association for State and Local History, and was formerly Curator at Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage. Prior to her work in Nashville, she served as a community educator and museum consultant for various museums, historic sites, and neighborhood history projects in the southeast. She received a Masters of Arts in Public History and a Certificate in Museum Management from the University of South Carolina and a Bachelor of Arts in Historic Preservation and Community Planning from the College of Charleston. She received a Ph.D. in Public History from Middle Tennessee State University. Her research focuses on collections management theory, intersectionality and inclusivity in museums, and community outreach.

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If you have any questions, please contact AASLH Professional Development staff at 615-320-3203 or learn@aaslh.org.