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At Johns Hopkins, Heather Pressman is lecturer for the MA in Museum Studies program.

Pressman is an educator with a passion for accessibility and inclusion. Her background includes work in museum education, development, and communications. She currently serves as the director of learning and engagement for the Molly Brown House Museum where she works to expand access, despite the physical challenges of a 130-year-old historic house.

Pressman holds a master’s degree in museum studies from Johns Hopkins University.

Featured Works

  • The Art of Access: A Practical Guide for Museum Accessibility, Heather Pressman and Danielle Schulz, Rowman & Littlefield, 2021
  • An Accessible Past: Making Historic Sites Accessible, Edited by Heather Pressman, Rowman & Littlefield, expected December 1, 2023

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