Kimberly Robinson

Kimberly Robinson
Title:
Part Time Faculty for Distance Education Program
Email:
[email protected]

Bio

Kimberly Robinson is currently serving as Museum Curator at the George Washington Memorial Parkway (GWMP), a National Park Service unit in the Washington Metropolitan Area that includes Arlington House, The Robert E. Lee Memorial and Clara Barton National Historic Site. She graduated from the George Washington University’s Museum Studies Graduate Program with a Master of Arts degree with a concentration in Collections Management in 2006. Her research interests are focused on 19th Century Fine and Decorative Arts as well as architecture, in particular the art, architecture and design of the Victorian Era. Ms. Robinson has given numerous talks on historic homes and museum collections management.  She also serves of the executive board of the Historic House Museum Consortium of DC as the Vice President of Virginia and is involved with the Workforce Advisory Group for the National Capital Region of the NPS in addition to serving as a member of the NPS Registrar’s Committee.

 


Current Outside Position

  • Museum Curator, George Washington Memorial Parkway (GWMP) National Park Service unit

 


Publications

  • Numerous talks on historic homes and museum collections management
  • Conserve-o-Grams for the NPS Museum Management Program
  • Technical briefs on care and preservation of museum collections

 


Education

BA in Communication Arts & French, minor in Art History, Hood College
MA in Museum Studies (concentration in Collections Management), The George Washington University

Additional education:

  • Victorian Society in America Summer School, London, 2012
  • National Park Service's Generating Organizational Advancement Leadership program, 2015

 


Professional Organizations

  • Vice President of Virginia, Historic House Museum Consortium of DC
  • Workforce Advisory Group for the National Capital Region, NPS
  • Member of NPS Registrar Committee