Visitor Services Coordinator
National Museum of African American History and Culture
Jen Dubina is the Visitor Services Coordinator at the National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC). who joined the museum in 2010 at first as a contract researcher and then as an Education Specialist. Jen graduated from Stonehill College and earned her Master’s of Arts degree in Public History at American University. Jen first joined NMAAHC in 2010 as youth gallery exhibition researcher before moving on to assist in all programmatic areas (teacher and student programs and public programs), serving as our Volunteer Coordinator and tranisition to Visitor Services in 2015. Her past positions have included the Internal Revenue Service, Office of the Chief Counsel - supporting human resource functions and continuing legal education conferences and Sagamore Hill National Historic Site, as a NPS Park Guide, and formerly as a Park Ranger at the Arlington House: The Robert E. Lee Memorial. Formerly, Jen served as the Arlington Historical Society (AHS) Program Coordinator and a member of Board of Directors from 2014 - 2018.
Monday, May 7
1:45 PM – 3:00 PM