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Jennifer Lee Moses F'14

Jennifer Lee Moses

Manager of Civic Training Programs
The National September 11 Memorial Museum
last updated: 10/23/17

Public Fellows 2014
American History
University of Delaware
Appointed as Program Developer, National Constitution Center

The National Constitution Center (www.constitutioncenter.org) is an independent, nonpartisan organization dedicated to illuminating constitutional ideals and inspiring active citizenship. Located in historic Philadelphia, the Center includes an interactive museum, serves as a hub for civic education, and functions as a national town hall for constitutional dialogue, uniting distinguished leaders, scholars, authors, and journalists from across the political spectrum for public discussion, including presidential debates. The Constitution Center’s Visitor Experience and Education Department develops and implements interpretive and public programming for all student and family visitors as well as professional development opportunities for K-12 educators. The Program Developer will report to the Vice President of Visitor Experience and Education and will work with that team on the creation and development of a range of interpretive and public programs designed to engage audiences in museum content onsite and online. This position also will work closely with key staff in the Exhibitions Department to develop programming that enhances museum exhibitions and will serve as a direct liaison to the Marketing & Communications and Development offices to help fund and promote activities. Upon completion of this fellowship, the Program Developer will have significant experience with creating and implementing museum-wide programs.