Carin Jacobs is a museum educator and scholar of museum studies. She earned a B.A. in French Literature from UC Santa Cruz and earned her M.A. in Museum Studies from John F. Kennedy University with a focus on education and public programming. Carin has worked for a number of Bay Area museums, including SFMOMA, the Oakland Museum of California, and the Magnes, managing interdisciplinary cultural programs for adult and college audiences. Her main areas of interest are object-based learning, museum literacy, and the integration of museums in college teaching. Carin also teaches two courses for CARE and the GTU each year, including Museum Literacy and Flavors of Faith: Perspectives on Food, Religion and Culture.
In June 2012, Carin was accepted to the inaugural class of the Association of Academic Museums and Galleries Museum and Gallery Leadership Seminar in partnership with the Kellogg School of Management Center for Nonprofit Management at Northwestern University. The intensive week-long seminar brought together roughly 30 museum and gallery professionals from around the country to participate.
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Lily Manderville is a graduate of Saint Mary's College of California where she earned her B.A. in Art History/Studio Art with an emphasis in Business Management. Her professional interests include art education and graphic design. She has collaborated with both the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts and the De Young Museum regarding undergraduate research. Lily has attended College Arts Association conferences, in hopes of continuing her awareness of arts education. She has also designed and published books showcasing local artists and educators in conjunction with Saint Mary's College of California.
Scott Schryver was born and raised in Orange County, California and attended the Academy of Art College in San Francisco where he focused on illustration and film studies. In addition to recently joining our staff, he is also engaged with installation work for the Berkeley Art Museum and the Orange County Museum of Art. Scott currently lives in Oakland, where his own art is currently centered on pyrography and paint on panels, as well as small scale abstract watercolors.
Mary Carleton is a bookkeeper and consultant with a special interest in non-profits. Her desire is to increase the reach of a non-profit by providing effective record-keeping and reporting, to support productive relationships with funders, the IRS, and the non-profit Board of Directors.