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Diversifying the Docent Corps
Join us on February 7 at 11am PT | 2pm ET for an encore presentation from the 2022 National Docent Symposium.

The Crocker Art Museum's Docent Council initiative to diversify its corps has reaped significant results over the past three years. Hear their story and strategies during this one-hour program.

Feb 7, 2023 12:00 PM in Arizona

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Robert Mundhenk
Docent @Crocker Art Museum
After receiving a B.A. in English from the University of Notre Dame and a PhD in English from UCLA, Bob Mundhenk spent thirty-three years as an English professor and college administrator. He then became the Director of Assessment for the American Association for Higher Education and a Senior Scholar at The Higher Learning Commission. He became a docent at the Crocker Art Museum in 2016.
Mallorie Marsh
Associate Director of Education @Crocker Art Museum
After receiving a degree in Fine Art from San Jose State University, Mallorie Marsh stayed on at SJSU for a secondary education credential, which allowed her to teach high school art in San Jose and Cupertino. She joined the Crocker Education team in early 2010, first working in offsite school programs. Marsh enjoys the variety in her work, which includes designing the Art Ark, Educator Workshops, curriculum development, docent training, and mentoring the Educator team. In 2014, Marsh was named the Outstanding Museum Visual Art Educator by the California Art Education Association. In 2019, she was appointed by the State Board of Education to serve on the Curriculum Framework and Evaluation Committee for the newly adopted Visual and Performing Arts Standards for the state of California, an appointment she was honored and excited to be a part of.