Director of Equitable Partnerships
Stacey Watson is the Director of Equitable Partnerships at The National Quilt Museum. She has been an educator for nearly 17 years and specializes in African American history and culture. Watson has a Museum Studies certification from the University of West Georgia and a graduate degree in History from Fort Valley State University. One of Watson's objectives is to uphold the museum's mission of "bringing the work of today's quilters to audiences" by creating opportunities and experiences that will display all voices of the community.
Her overall goal is to collaborate and build partnerships within the community locally and regionally. In addition to engaging the community, Watson lends her expertise as a history professor to the museum by researching content and helping audiences connect history to art. Watson is a member of the Association of African American Museums and Southeastern Museum Conference.
- Presentations, event programming and other discussions on community strategic initiatives.
- General guidance and advice on providing equitable solutions through community programs and partnerships.