Allison Stacy is a graduate student in the Cultural and Heritage Resource Management Certificate Program. She graduated with a B.A in Public History & Minor in Dance from Mercyhurst University in 2016. After graduating, she went on to complete an M.A in Museum Studies from the University of Leicester, U.K, specializing in Cultural Heritage and Policy. While abroad, she was able to expand her resume by performing research for the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden, London, and working in interpretation for the Richard III Visitor Centre in Leicester. Since moving back to the Maryland/D.C area, she has worked in collections management for Historic Annapolis and the Smithsonian. Currently, she is a Program Manager at George Washington’s Mount Vernon. Allison has just recently completed a part-time internship with the National Park Service. Under the Cultural Interpretation and Education Office, her primary project was to research new pedagogical and interpretive methods to be applied on digital platforms.
Outside of the cultural and heritage field, Allison is always embracing her variety of interests. Allison works part-time for the Washington Nationals Entertainment Team and is an avid volunteer for The Washington Ballet.