Becky is passionate about learning through objects and out-of-school learning environments, engaging visitors of all ages in rich dialogue about objects through a process of inquiry and discovery, and staying current with the best practices in the field.
In her previous position, Becky managed programs for school and adult groups at Carnegie Museum of Art as an Assistant Curator of Education. She led teacher professional development workshops, wrote curriculum and classroom extensions for schools’ museum visits, developed and implemented a rigorous training and evaluation plan for volunteer docents and paid teaching artists.
A native Pittsburgher, Becky returned to her hometown after coordinating school programs at the Rubin Museum of Art in New York, and completing the Brooklyn Museum’s intensive Intern Educators gallery teaching program. In 2010, Becky also completed the week-long Teaching Institute in Museum Education (TIME) at the Art Institute of Chicago.
Becky earned her MA in art history from Case Western Reserve University, and her BA in history of art from the University of Michigan.