MODA Staff

 

Executive Director: Laura Flusche, Ph.D., phone: 404.979.6455

Director of Development:  Barbara Richardson, phone: 404.856.5963

Exhibitions Manager: Katie Simms, phone: 404.856.5961

Director of Visitor Services & Volunteers : Jenniffer Velez Crespo, phone: 404-979-6450

Director of Membership and Public Programming: Clare Timmerman, phone: 404-856-5964

Education Coordinator: Aditi Tolia-Pande, education@museumofdesign.org, 404.856.9562

Visitor Services:  Neil Miller, Sam Cone, Becky Justice

Director of Public Relations & Marketing: Carrie Whitney, phone: 404.822.1078

 

Employment at MODA

We have no current employment opportunities. Thank you for your interest.

 

Volunteer Opportunities

MODA is always looking for engaged and reliable volunteers.  For more information, please email us at volunteer@museumofdesign.org

 

Internships at MODA

Exhibitions Intern

Museum of Design Atlanta (MODA) seeks a student intern during the fall 2014 semester. This position provides experience for students with a strong interest in all aspects of exhibition development, management, and installation. Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:

  • object research and labeling
  • condition reports
  • object and graphics installation
  • regular exhibition maintenance

The ideal candidate will be a design, fine arts, or arts administration major with a minimum 3.0 GPA. Successful MODA interns are self-directed, energized about the opportunity to take on significant projects, and undaunted by the unknown. In-office work required at least two days a week. Internship is intended for class credit and is unpaid.

If you are interested in this opportunity, please send your resume and cover letter to Katie Simms, Exhibitions Manager at ksimms@museumofdesign.org.

 

Marketing & Communications Intern

Museum of Design Atlanta (MODA) seeks an undergraduate student intern to assist with marketing, public relations and development needs. Responsibilities will include community outreach research and relationship building based on specific upcoming exhibitions. Community outreach may include groups, organizations, businesses, concierges and contacts with particular interest in specific exhibition(s). Intern will assist with social media campaign and strategy (knowledge of at least Facebook, Twitter, HootSuite and Instagram platforms required). Duties will also include assisting development director with outreach for fundraising campaigns.

The ideal candidate will be a Marketing or Communication major junior or senior with a minimum 3.0 GPA. Requirement: 8 hours per week. Internship is intended for class credit and is unpaid.