Lessons from the International Community: Organizational Growth and Change
  
Organizational Planning and Evaluation
Tuesday, May 20  10:15-11:30 a.m.     Washington State Convention Center  620
  
Re-envisioning the Future of the Mongolia Natural History Museum introduces the museum’s past, present and future. Learn how the museum is re-envisioning its mission under a democratic and free market economy, and the opportunities and challenges this has created in changing public expectations about cultural meaning, expression and identity.

The Institutionalization of a National Museum Policy in Brazil examines the participatory process and some of the considerations and issues that helped successfully shape the National Museum Policy for the museum sector and supported social museology and its perspectives in Brazil.


  

Global Perspectives


Myandas Jambaldorj - Mongolian Museum of Natural History


Eneida Braga Rocha de Lemos - Brazilian Institute of Museums - IBRAM National Center for Research and Docum


Ariun Sanjaajamts -


Greg Stevens - American Alliance of Museums

Greg has directed the AAM professional development program since 2007, including seminars and webinars, international programs, Professional Network programs, EMP initiatives, AAM Career Café and Museum Career Labs, reaching thousands of colleagues each year. He is co-editor (with Wendy Luke)of A Life in Museums: Managing Your Museum Career (2012, The AAM Press). He holds an MAT, Museum Education from The George Washington University and a BA in theatre from San Diego State University.