Director Hope McMath on One in Three
by Amber Sesnick, Marketing Manager in Art, Behind the Scenes
Tags: 1in3, Art, Cindy Edelman, Community Foundation, conversation, Cummer Museum, Duval County, education, faces of young people, Hope McMath, Jacksonville Public Education Fund, JPEF, museums, one in three, public education, public schools, role of musuems, stories of young people, students' stories, United Way
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