Connect the Past to the Present

Organize, preserve & share your collections. Expand outreach efforts. Make connections between past, present & your community.

With one panel of an exhibit I developed for the Tobacco Farm Life Museum, Kenly, NC, 2019.

Museums and cultural institutions can benefit from using a consultant for a variety of projects. I can help your organization accomplish small to large projects that perhaps your staff does not have time for in their daily duties.

With years of experience in museums, historic sites, and archives, and with a Master’s degree in public history, I have worked on a variety of projects and am familiar with the needs of small to medium-sized museums. My experience as part of a corporate media team in my role as archivist for the Gary Player Group also means I have experience in making collections accessible and relevant via today’s media platforms including web and social media.

Beth has been working with our collection for a year and her knowledge of best practices for handling, preservation and collection management has been invaluable to us. Beth is multi-talented, she works in our archives-cataloging and inventorying our collection, helps in grant writing, assists with exhibit planning and helps write our blog, along with all the social media planning and implementing she does!

Lynell Seabold, Executive Director, Ava Gardner Museum

I specialize in collections and outreach projects and can assist your museum with projects such as:

  • Archives & Collection Inventories
  • Documentation, Cataloging & Collections Management
  • Collections Care, Preservation & Digitization
  • Exhibit Research, Planning & Installation
  • Social Media Planning & Digital Content Creation
  • Visitor Evaluation Surveys
  • Tour & Exhibit Evaluation
  • Research and Development of Special Programs
  • Oral history Interviews and Transcription

Beth is an amazing student of history who has a way of bringing life and passion to her work. She has invested many hours into her professional talents and skills and is continually seeking ways to improve her work and the work of other historical organizations.

Melody Worthington, Executive Director, Tobacco Farm Life Museum

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