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Welcome Kim Kuta Dring!

Sep

28

Kim Kuta Dring recently joined the Cummer Museum team as Director of Education, overseeing the school, adult, family, outreach, and docent programs as well as Museum Education staff.

“I’m honored to carry on the tradition of educational excellence that the Cummer Museum has established throughout the years. I look forward to collaborating with local organizations to provide greater access to the Museum’s art and historic gardens in Jacksonville and surrounding communities,” said Kuta Dring.

Kim Kuta Dring received an undergraduate degree in Biology from Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois and a graduate degree in Biology from Utah State University in Logan, Utah. Prior to joining the team, she was the Director of Learning and Experience at Stepping Stones Museum for Children in Norwalk, Connecticut for 14 years where she led the Education and Visitor Experience teams, oversaw the planning and delivery of hands-on STEAM-based experiences and exhibits, developed and maintained relationships in the community, and was a member of the senior management team. She also worked at other non-profit education organizations including Audubon Greenwich in Greenwich Connecticut, Sherwood Eddy YMCA in Jacksonville, Illinois, and Stokes Nature Center in Logan, Utah.

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