Devin joins MANY after six years with the New York State Assembly as Deputy Legislative Director for Assemblyman Steve Englebright. During his time in the Legislature, Devin worked as the Committee Clerk for both the Assembly Committee on Tourism, Parks, Arts and Sports Development and the Committee on Governmental Affairs. Devin also acted as the Staff Director for the Historic Hudson-Hoosic Rivers Partnership, a public-benefit corporation created by the NYS Legislature to preserve, enhance, and develop the historic, agricultural, scenic, natural, and recreational resources and the waterways within the Northern Hudson River region.
Before joining Assemblyman Englebright's staff, Devin worked as an archivist at the State University of New York at Albany's Department of Special Collections and Archives and a contract consultant for the NYS Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation's Bureau of Historic Sites. A published historian specializing in post-World War II social and cultural movements, Devin holds a B.A. in American History from the State University of New York at Plattsburgh and a M.A. in Public History from the University at Albany and is a lifetime member of Phi Alpha Theta, the National History Honor Society.
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Anna O'Meara comes to MANY after having worked at Shaker Museum in Mount Lebanon, Albany Center Gallery, the South Bend Museum of Art and the Children's Museum of Indianapolis. She currently also works as Assistant Administrator and Historic Site Coordinator at the Albany County Historical Association's Ten Broeck Mansion. A native of Indiana, Anna is a gradute of the University of Notre Dame from which she holds a MA in Art History.
Dana Krueger teaches Public Learning in Museums as an adjunct faculty member for the Graduate Program in Museum Studies at Syracuse University. Formerly the Registrar for the Emerson Gallery (now The Wellin) at Hamilton College in Clinton, NY, Dana received her Masters of Arts degree in Museum Studies as well as her Masters of Science in Art Education from Syracuse University. Her Bachelor of Arts degree is in Studio Art from St. Lawrence University. Previously, Dana was the Collections Manager at Madison County Historical Society, an historic Gothic-Revival house museum in Oneida, NY. She has also worked in numerous galleries and art centers in the areas of education, collections, development and more, including the Old Forge Arts Center, Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts, and the Earlville Opera House.