Beth Redmond-Jones is the Senior Director of Public Programs at the San Diego Natural History Museum. Beth has developed, designed, and project managed exhibitions and programs for numerous cultural institutions and held a number of senior positions in museums. Beth holds a Masters in Museum Studies from John F. Kennedy University and a BA in Art History from the University of New Hampshire. Beth serves on the board of the National Association for Museum Exhibition, a Standing Professional Committee of the American Alliance of Museums (AAM). Beth has received many awards including AAM’s annual exhibition competition and the AAM Media and Technology Committee MUSE awards.
In 2006, Beth was recognized as a next generation leader who demonstrates creativity or innovation in leadership, learning, or organizational change, by the convergence of Museum Talent Project. Beth has been exploring how museums can more effectively serve those in the autism community and those with sensory stimulation challenges. She is also the mother of a young adult who has high-functioning autism. You can follow Beth on twitter at @bredmondjones where she tweets about museums and autism.