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As the Chief of Exhibit Production in the Office of Exhibits at the National Museum of Natural History, Elizabeth Musteen oversees exhibit maintenance and in-house production of exhibits. In her previous role as senior project manager, she supervised the design and construction the Museum’s major permanent exhibits, including managing the design and fabrication of the 23,000-square-foot Sant Ocean Hall; two multi-award winning exhibits, the Kenneth E. Behring Family Hall of Mammals and the Butterflies and Plants: Partners in Evolution, including the live Butterfly Pavilion; and the Behring Family Rotunda. Musteen began her career at the Museum working on the construction management of the highly acclaimed Janet Annenberg Hooker Hall of Geology, Gems and Minerals. Before joining the Natural History Museum, Musteen was employed by the National Institute for Conservation of Cultural Property, where she worked on behalf of small museums to secure grants for conservation and architectural assessments. She holds a Master’s in Museum Studies from George Washington University.
Elizabeth Musteen, Jonathan Alger, Gretchen Coss & Justin Molloy discuss Managing Expectations while Fostering Innovation in a Panel Session