Briana Zavadil White
Briana Zavadil White creates and manages in-gallery school programs, designs and facilitates teacher workshops (both in-gallery and in school districts around the country), develops teacher resource guides, and collaborates with other museums to provide innovative programming for schools and teachers. Briana began her career with NPG in 2002 while still in graduate school, by facilitating outreach programs in schools and leading interactive tours for the Gallery’s traveling exhibitions.
Presenter for the Following Session
- ARCHIVE: Teaching the 57th U.S. Presidential Inauguration – Looking at America’s Presidents
The nation’s only complete collection of portraits of the presidents outside the White House, the “America’s Presidents” exhibition lies at the heart of the National Portrait Gallery’s mission to tell the American story through the individuals who have shaped it.
- ARCHIVE: A Will of Their Own:
Judith Murray and Women of Achievement in the Early Republic
During this session for educators, you’ll be introduced to Judith Sargent Murray and seven other remarkable women highlighted in the exhibition. Learn about the early days of this nation and efforts to gain gender equality in America. We’ll discuss women’s contributions in relation to the women’s rights movements that came after, from the late nineteenth century to today.