Previously, Felicia W. Shaw served in executive leadership position with the Regional Arts Commission of St Louis, and director positions with the San Diego Foundation and City of San Diego Commission for Arts and Culture.
Ms Shaw currently serves on the boards of Californians for the Arts and California Advocates and on the Steering Committee of the San Diego Regional Arts and Culture Coalition.
A graduate of Northwestern University with a degree in Communications, Ms Shaw completed additional undergraduate study at the University of California San Diego with a focus in art history, theory and criticism. She is also an alumna of the James P Shannon Leadership Institute.
Kaela started as an intern for the Women's Museum of California in 2018 focusing on Education and Community Outreach. She then served as a staff member for the Women's Museum working with events and volunteer management. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Gender Studies and Sociology, with a minor in Education from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Kaelea is passionate about women's issues and is excited to be working with the Women's Museum again.
Dedicated to ensuring that women have a voice at every table, Melissa works for various women's organizations in San Diego including the Women's Museum of California and Run Women Run. She is experienced in social media, event organizing, and volunteer management. Melissa has a BA in History from Sonoma State University and a masters in International Relations from Kingston University in London.
Dineo is passionate about film and its profound impact in both illustrating and shaping perspectives.
Being born and raised in Southern Africa (Botswana & South Africa) has informed the weight she puts behind storytelling and the sharing of knowledge and lived experience. As Director of WFFSD, Dineo is dedicated to not only elevating the artistic expressions of women around the world, but centering the often neglected, dismissed, or completely re-written areas of storytelling.
Dineo has a BA in Comparative Literature from San Diego State University, and will be attending the University of Southern California in fall 2021 to pursue a MA in Cinema & Media Studies
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.