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Katherine Malone-France ’94

Kathernine Malone-France
 Director of Collections and Programs
Stephen Decatur House Museum, a national trust historic stie
and a national historic landmark in Washington, D.C.
 

Education:

 B.A., Wofford College (1994)
Master of historic preservation, University of Georgia, Athens

Career Highlights:

 In her present position, Malone-France developed and currently serves as project director for Race and Place: African Americans in Washington, D.C. from 1800 to 1954, a NEH Landmarks of American History and Culture Workshop for Teachers. She just finished developing a cell phone audio tour called Half Had Not Been Told to Me: The African American History of Lafayette Square, about the rich and varied African-American experiences in the neighborhood of the White House. She is the co-editor of The Book of Burwell Students, which was to be published in 2007 with the support from the Institute of Museum and Library Services. Prior to accepting her current position, Malone-France served as the executive director of the Burwell School Historic Site in Hillsborough, N.C., and the project manager for the restoration and renovation of Burnside, a circa 1831 private residence in Hillsborough.

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