| Archives & Museum Collections Management | Non-profits | Anthropology |

Areas of Focus
Supporting cultural resource organizations through concentrated program, operations, and grant planning and management. Practicing responsible collections management with attention to detail focused on preventative conservation, inclusive interpretation, and facilitating research access.

Research Interests
Cultural memory; oral, environmental, and material artifacts as cultural memory; ethnography and ethnography in literature; transnational narratives; memory-keepers / memory-workers and public memory; taskscape and landscape of public memory; intersectional studies of literature and anthropology; memory, place, and rhetoric; knowledge assets and place-making; indigenous, Mexican, Africana cultural memory.
Berlin is an archivist and nonprofit professional working with museums, archives, and archaeological collections. Her professional experience includes nonprofit management, program development, collections management, and collaborative projects. Her work in museums and archives is framed by experience in capacity building and inclusive interpretation. In her personal time, she nurtures a passion for coffee, road trips, and writing.

Archives & Museum Collections Management – Anthropology – Cultural Heritage Collections – Capacity building and collaboration – Research – Photograph and Manuscript Preservation –  Archaeological Collections – Writing: Policies, Procedures, and Manuals – Organizational Planning – Grant Writing – Community Collaboration and Outreach – Event and Program Planning – Project leadership



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