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Connecting people and communities to the significance of river history by celebrating the cultures and landscapes of the Colorado Plateau.

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Katie Conrad

Collections Manager & Curator

A native to Northern Utah, Katie moved to Green River after completing her Master’s degree in Museum Studies from Western Illinois University. She enjoys playing pickleball, coaching soccer, and painting. She loves to learn about all times periods of history is excited to explore the area she now calls home.

Contact: jwpcollections@gmail.com

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Tim Glenn

Executive Director

Tim has a Master's degree from the University of Utah in U.S. History, with an emphasis on Environmental History and the History of the U.S. West. He spends most of his time wrangling his two kids with his wife, writing songs and prose, or dreaming about floating in his kayak on the Green.

Contact: museum@greenriverutah.com

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Mollie Fullerton

Education & Programs Manager

A lifelong resident of the Midwest, Mollie moved to Green River after completing her Master's in Public History at Loyola University Chicago. She loves exploring the landscapes and cultures of the Colorado Plateau (#PlateauPlaces) and is excited to work with the Green River community to grow the museum's programming and education opportunities.

Contact: jwpprograms@gmail.com

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Riley Van Ess

Americorps VISTA

Growing up on the shores of Lake Michigan, Riley has always been fascinated with nature and our environment. As an AmeriCorps VISTA, he hopes to help launch an educational outreach program to help kids gain a love for the outdoors. In addition, Riley also hopes to help in any way he can to build, foster and maintain the capacity of the museum at large to support the community of Green River.

Contact: jwpVISTA@gmail.com

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Jo Anne Chandler

Archivist

A native of Virginia, Jo Anne moved here when her Father got a job at the missile base in 1966. She enjoys walking the desert and exploring the Swell. Her goal is to continue to preserve and learn about the history and people of the Green River and the valley.

Contact: gra@etv.net