A writer, speaker and research psychologist, Anne has written and presented extensively on women's health, women in the military, domestic violence, alcohol abuse, health promotion, workman's compensation cost containment, stress related disease and role of military in society.
A retired US Navy officer and defense contractor, Bob has been involved with the museum since 2009 as a volunteer, past board member and is a lifetime member. He is a LEAD San Diego Impact graduate, Class of 2006 and has served on seven non-profit boards.
Ashley returns to the Museum Board after a 3 year absence and happily brings her skills and experience in the nonprofit world as well as radio and television production to keeping the museum moving forward into the future.
Born and raised in Detroit, Sue traveled to San Diego in 1981, attended SDSU for a BA for a bachelor’s degree in history and a doctorate at UCLA in American history specializing in women and legal history. Since then she has taught full time at Grossmont College and part-time at SDSU’s Women’s Studies, teaching multi-cultural U.S. and women’s history.
An American journalist and newscaster. She has worked in the San Diego, California area since 1990 and has been nominated for 13 regional Emmy awards. She was the weekday co-anchor of the KUSI news at 5, 6 and 10 pm and host of the weekly public affairs program San Diego People
Skilled, insightful and ethical nonprofit professional with expertise in capacity building, fund development and nonprofit business operations who brings 20 years of experience working with organizations ranging from design studios to universities to aircraft carrier museums. Early career included extensive experience in arts administration and art exhibit production
Dir Collections & Library
Camille Bethune Brown
Camille considers herself a "storytelling maven". She has an extensive background as an historian, collections manager and researcher specializing in modern US African American histiography.
Interim Executive Director
Felicia W. Shaw is a seasoned professional in the field of arts administration and nonprofit management, a career that has included executive leadership with the Regional Arts Commission of St Louis, the San Diego Foundation and City of San Diego Commission for Arts and Culture. She has been recognized for her leadership with awards that include the San Diego Magazine “Women who Mean Business” Award.
Trained as an architectural designer, Duane first came to the Museum as part of the Hall of Fame production team in 2012. She stayed on as AD and has produced over 50 exhibits and numerous graphic presentations. In addition she is responsible for the look of our museum store and gallery.