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Welcome Tina Morrison!

Tina Morrison is the new Advancement Associate for the Smithsonian Libraries. She earned her B.A. at the University of Pennsylvania, majoring in Communications with a minor in Folklife and Anthropology.Tina recently moved from Philadelphia, where she worked for the Philadelphia Museum of Art in Planned Giving and Gifts of Works of Art. She enjoys running, reading, traveling, and scrapbooking, and as an outdoor enthusiast, she looks forward to exploring the trails of nearby Rock Creek Park.

At the age of six, Tina visited the National Museum of Natural History, where she requested to sleep over and stay forever. Years later, she is thrilled to return to join the Smithsonian Libraries staff. Under the direction of Tina Muracco and Nancy Gwinn, Tina looks forward to strengthening Smithsonian Libraries’ annual giving program through successful events and outreach initiatives, emphasizing the Libraries as a fundamental and vital resource for the public and scholars alike.

Tina Morrison poses next to Titanoboa, the largest snake ever discovered, who resides outside of the Libraries admin offices.


One Comment

  1. Kathy Hurchla

    Washington is very lucky to have Tina! She is missed in the Development office of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, where art hung near her desk, and now she works near giant snakes and all sorts of wonderous things!

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