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“Believe in yourself, learn, and never stop wanting to build a better world.” - Mary McLeod Bethune

May 2011

Juris Doctor
DePaul University College of Law

Law studies focused heavily on areas of law impacting museums, nonprofit organizations, and artists, including corporate law, intellectual property, moral rights, contracts, and negotiations.
Certificate in IP: Art and Museum Law

May 2008

Master of Arts with Distinction
Seton Hall University
Museum Professions

Concentration in museum registration methods, with coursework in areas regarding collections management, accessions and deaccessions practices, object care, and nonprofit organizational management.

Thesis: Visualizing the Path Forward: The Visual Artists Rights Act of 1990 and Recommendations for a Response by American Museums. Advisor: Dr. Petra Chu.

May 2006

Post-Baccalaureate Certificate
Studio Art Centers International
Renaissance Art History

Studied Early and High Renaissance art in Florence, Italy.

Thesis: From Form to Body: The Dissolution of the Taboos Concerning the Use of the Human Form in Art and Science. Advisor: Maria Antonia Rinaldi

May 2002

Bachelor of Arts
Douglass College, Rutgers University
Art History

Art history with special interest in Medieval architecture and High Renaissance portraiture.

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