Baylie Stillwell Albus is the former Youth & Family Programs Specialist at The National WWII Museum where she planned and implemented a variety of youth and family public programs and outreach activities, as well as cultivated partnerships with organizations across the Greater New Orleans area. She has worked across a diverse platform of educational institutions including art, history, science, and children's museums, and has three years experience teaching in the public school classroom. Baylie holds a B.A. in Music Education from Southeastern Louisiana University and a M.S. in Arts Management with a Certificate in Museum Studies from the University of Oregon. She is passionate about teaching and outreach, and strives to make education accessible to all learners regardless of ability, background, or experience.
Baylie Stillwell Albus
Former Youth & Family Programs Specialist
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