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Lending a Helping Hand as a Peer Reviewer

February 12, 2010 | Authored by nlem

We’re delighted to announce that Laurie Baty, post card collector, photography expert, and intrepid Senior Director of Museum Programs here at the National Law Enforcement Museum, was recently selected to be a peer reviewer for the American Association of Museums’ Museum Assessment Program.

It’s an exciting opportunity, not only for Laurie, but also for our developing museum. This honor recognizes Laurie’s three decades of experience in the museum field, as well as her knowledge of best practices and current standards. As a peer reviewer, Laurie will assist museums going through a self assessment process that’s designed to help them maintain and improve their operations. Through her work, she’ll also learn more about what other museums are doing, strengthening our museum, too.

This volunteer position takes lots of time and dedication, but we know Laurie is up to the challenge. Congrats, Laurie!

Read the NLEOMF press release


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