Roving Reporter | Fulton Mansion Welcomes Melody Woods as The New Educator

The Fulton Mansion welcomes Melody Woods as the new Educator. As the Mansion’s Educator, Melody will develop and conduct the museum’s education programs, coordinate special events, and collaborate in the development of the site’s interpretation and exhibits.

Since 2003, she has acquired a blend of educator and curatorial experience from the following museums: the USS Lexington Museum, where she recently coordinated the Live Aboard overnight program for non-profit youth groups and assisted with collection management and exhibits; the Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Museum, where she served as the Registrar for the Samurai Collection; and the Layland Museum, The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame, and Dallas Heritage Village.

A native Texan and certified Social Studies teacher, Melody holds a bachelor’s degree in History and a master’s degree in Public History from the University of Texas at Arlington. Her research interests include the cultural history of the Victorian and Antebellum Eras. Melody is passionate about preserving our cultural heritage and developing creative, interactive programs and exhibits that encourage diverse audiences to have fun with history.

Please help us welcome Melody with a kind word in the comments section.

Thank you for viewing this page

WWN's Free Community Newsletter relies on the help of its readers and advertisers to cover overhead costs that enable the WWN to exist. We need your help to continue! Thank you!
You do NOT need a PayPal Account. Use Square

Currently Trending in the Network

Copyright © 2011-2019. All Rights Reserved. Wonderful Women's Network, LLC. Your Community Newsletter Magazine. Committed to news, events, businesses and stories of Rockport-Fulton and Texas Coastal Bend Region. Duplication of content on this site without permission is prohibited by law. Information on this site is time sensitive and for general/entertainment purposes only. Opinion pieces/submitted articles and comments are the thoughts of the author and do not necessarily represent those of the WWN. Paid advertising through the WWN is not available to other general information publications. Always consult a licensed physician before taking medical or health advice. The WWN does not endorse any political party or candidate.