Patricia E. Williams 2014-10-22T16:54:52+00:00

Patricia  E. Williams has extensive experience in managing national, regional and local cultural organizations. As a principal of Cultural Resources Management Group, she offers consulting services in

Mission & Planning
Leadership & Public Trust
Marketing
Development
Cultural Tourism
Financial Stability & Control
Project & Proposal Management
Education & Interpretive Programs

Recent projects include:
Completed master proposal for the National Arab American Museum to create a traveling exhibition based on their collections and the collections in five selected communities around the country. This $600,000 project will be sponsored by ACESS, the civil society arm of the Arab American community.

Developing a travel technology platform for Cultural and Heritage Tourism as a for profit and a companion nonprofit that will digitize cultural content.

Served as Interim Executive Director of Sewell-Belmont House and Museum, home of the National Woman’s Party and Alice Paul.  Stabilized operations, completed strategic plan, created a development plan and recruited and hired the new Executive Director.

Served as Interim Development Director for Preservation Maryland. Kept development activities on track including Annual Fund Campaign, special appeals and sale of annual conference exhibit hall.  Recruited new development director.

As COO of Americans for the Arts, Pat developed a communications strategy that included website development and she implemented the grassroots membership strategy for the Americans for the Arts Action Fund.  She served the American Association of Museums as Vice President, Policy and Programs and Director of  Accreditation and was responsible for all major research projects including Museums and Community.  She was the publisher of A Museum Guide to Copyright and Trademark, and developed a cultural heritage tourism database as project director for Partners in Tourism: Culture and Commerce. At the National Trust for Historic Preservation she was Chief of Research Resources and was the Community Education Coordinator and Personnel Administrator.  She is a leader in several state and regional historical and cultural organizations.

Patricia E. Williams
Cultural Resources Management Group
4236 34th Street
Mt. Rainier, MD 20712
202 631-8965 phone
pwilliams64@verizon.net

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