Karen Whitehair Named Executive Director of the National Capital Radio & Television Museum

Bowie, MD: For Immediate Release

The Board of Directors of the National Capital Radio & Television Museum is pleased to announce the appointment of Karen Whitehair as Executive Director. Laurie Baty, the previous Executive Director, has accepted a position with the Drug Enforcement Agency Museum in Pentagon City, VA

Karen Whitehair brings 25 years of overall Museum experience to the Museum, with an emphasis on collections management, exhibit development and interpretation. She received her Bachelor’s Degree of Art in History from the University of Colorado in 1988 and her Master’s Degree of Art in History from Yale University in 1991. She also holds a certificate in Museum Studies from The George Washington University, received in 1994. She has been featured in several academic publications, including History News and Collections: A Journal for Museum and Archive Professionals. Ms. Whitehair comes to us from the Montpelier Mansion in Prince George’s County, a beautiful estate home in Laurel, MD. The Museum looks forward to her joining its team on August 29th.

For all queries, please contact Andrew Garner at the museum. He can be reached at agarner@ncrtv.org or by phone at 301-390-1020.