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Celebrating curiosity at Brooklyn’s Children’s Museum

Category: Visitor Experience

blooloop speaks to Atiba Edwards, the Executive Vice President and COO of Brooklyn Children’s Museum, about how the museum has upheld its mission throughout the pandemic, balancing safety concerns with the need to provide stimulating experiences for the children who visit.

Atiba Edwards has been the executive vice president and COO of Brooklyn Children's Museum (BCM) since February 2019. The world's first children's museum , it dates back to 1899 and is on a mission to ignite curiosity, celebrate identity and cultivate joyful learning through a range of fun, inclusive and hands-on experiences.

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