Staff Bid Farewell to Museum Team Member

Jimmy Carter Library & Museum staff bid farewell to Anne Angstadt, Museum Technician, this September.

Anne Angstadt

I asked Anne if she’d be willing to share a little bit about herself and her plans for the future prior to her departure:

“I am a native Atlantan with a B. A. in English from Furman University, Greenville, South Carolina. I received my M. A. in Museum Studies from Baylor University, Waco, Texas in 2006. I became interested in museum work by doing a summer internship at the Atlanta History Center in college. I discovered I enjoyed working with historical objects and learning the stories behind them. After I graduated from graduate school, I moved back to Atlanta and worked for the City of Roswell as a Collections Specialist. They have three antebellum historic houses full of objects that I inventoried and cataloged. I started working as a Museum Technician at the Carter Library & Museum in September 2009.

I married Jared Angstadt, Flight Dispatcher for ExpressJet Airlines, October 7, 2012. We went on a cruise from Montreal to Boston following our wedding and plan to start a family in the next few years.  I’m not sure what my future plans are. I am considering pursuing an online library science degree starting in January 2014 at Valdosta State University. Right now I plan to do some museum collections consulting work for the City of Roswell. My hobbies include reading and traveling.”

Thanks for sharing, Anne! We have enjoyed having you as part of our team and we all wish you the best of luck in your future endeavors.

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One Response to Staff Bid Farewell to Museum Team Member

  1. Sylvia Naguib says:

    We miss you, Anne!

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