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Jarrett Smith is the Curator at the United Stated Navy Memorial in Washington, DC.
Jarrett Smith is a public historian who researches, communicates, and presents on topics in the field of humanities to inspire mature critical thinking about heritage and culture.
Jarrett Smith's mission is to promote open communication by cultivating universality through the understanding of differences. In a globalized market open communication allows individuals to adapt to a broad range of professional environments, frame and solve complex problems, and be high-achieving skilled project members who bring major projects to completion.
Before joining The United States Navy Memorial in 2018, Jarret Smith worked as a Digital Asset Manager/Copyrights at the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture and Reproductions Specialist at the National Museum of African Art . Prior to that he was in the position of Collections Assistant at the Smithsonian Institution. He has also worked as a Research Assistant at J.L. Smith Research Consulting and an Archives Assistant at the National Archives.
Jarrett Smith graduated with a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Public/Applied History, a Master of Science (MS) in Museology/Museum Studies. He is presently working towards his PhD in Public/Applied History in 2020.
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