Content•Design Collaborative LLC
Mr. Malouf develops, designs, and oversees the construction of interpretive programs for museums, visitor centers and exterior wayside systems. His background includes degrees in engineering, graphic and product design. Based in Massachusetts, his firm, Content•Design Collaborative LLC, has completed work in Florida, Texas, New Jersey, as well as New England with content ranging from alligators to Texian separatists to the Armenian Genocide of 1915. He believes one of the best ways to operate green is to ensure a good decision making process, so everything is only done once.
Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago
National Children’s Museum
Veronica is employed at the National Children’s Museum as the Director of Exhibits where she is responsible for project conceptualization, strategic planning, art direction, exhibit curating, exhibit development, and green and sustainable strategies throughout the Museum.
Veronica is also an installation artist who has shown her work at the Montpelier Arts Center, Artomatic, and the Studio Gallery. Veronica currently serves as President of Artomatic, a large Washington DC based multi media arts organization dedicated to building community among artists.
Lord Cultural Resources
Lindsay Martin, a Principal Consultant in the Lord Cultural Resources’ New York office, is a skilled strategist with over ten years experience in the field. A critical thinker who is committed to working with clients to create effective strategies for their institutions, she works to develop responsive solutions to achieve institutional goals while also serving day to day operational needs. Using an integrated approach, she identifies long-range solutions focused on all aspects of sustainably-social, economic and environmental.
Lindsay specializes in strategic, organizational, and facilities planning. With Lord she has advised a wide range of organizations from public gardens to history museums to private art collections.
Luke McLain Leyh
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Stephanie graduated from The George Washington University Museum Studies program in Fall 2011 and is currently working at the Smithsonian Institution’s Office of Advancement. Her article, “A Greener Tomorrow: Museums Take Steps Toward Sustainability” appeared in AAM’s July/August 2012 Museum publication. Living in Washington, DC, she worked as Curator of The Center for Green Urbanism Tubman-Mahan Gallery located in Ward 7 until May 2013. Stephanie earned her Bachelor’s degree in Art History from Dickinson College in 2007.