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Claudia A. Polley

Museum Consultant and Founder

National Association for African-American Heritage Preservation

Direct Phone: (317) ***-****direct phone

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Comparative Arts Major | Interlochen Arts Academy

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Claudia Polley (class of '67, music major) is a museum consultant and founder of the National Association for African-American Heritage Preservation.


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Claudia Polley | Institutional Management
Claudia is a specialist in heritage preservation and cultural tourism, and has been a speaker at conferences around the world, serving as a management consultant to numerous arts and cultural institutions throughout North America, Europe and Africa. From 2002 through 2005 she was Managing Director USA for LORD Cultural Resources Planning & Management - developing and consulting on LORD projects around the globe. She is also President of Arts Associates LLC, a consulting firm that specializes in institutional planning and visitor experience development for new cultural institutions and those involved with change. In the 1990s she worked closely with the National Trust for Historic Preservation and was the Founding President of the National Association for African American Heritage Preservation (NAAAHP), the national nonprofit service organization dedicated to the preservation of the built and social heritage of Africans and African Americans throughout the Americas. Fluent in French and English, Claudia is a graduate of Interlochen Arts Academy and The Juilliard School. She grew up a classical musician, first on violin and then an internationally recognized singer. She moved into broadcast journalism during her years at Juilliard working first for WNBC News in New York, then NBC Sports, ultimately a newscaster and reporter for NPR based at headquarters in Washington, DC. She is a founder of the National Association of Black Journalists. In addition to her work with cultural institutions, Claudia served nearly two decades on the National Advisory Council and then the National Board of The Trust for Public Land, the nation's pre-eminent land conservation organization. Her varied background provides a wealth of understanding of different points of view, and offers clients solid contacts into a variety of international arenas. Claudia Polley | Institutional Management


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Claudia is a specialist in heritage preservation and cultural tourism, and has been a speaker at conferences around the world, serving as a management consultant to numerous arts and cultural institutions throughout North America, Europe and Africa.
From 2002 through 2005 she was Managing Director USA for LORD Cultural Resources Planning & Management - developing and consulting on LORD projects around the globe. She is also President of Arts Associates LLC, a consulting firm that specializes in institutional planning and visitor experience development for new cultural institutions and those involved with change. In the 1990s she worked closely with the National Trust for Historic Preservation and was the Founding President of the National Association for African American Heritage Preservation (NAAAHP), the national nonprofit service organization dedicated to the preservation of the built and social heritage of Africans and African Americans throughout the Americas. Fluent in French and English, Claudia is a graduate of Interlochen Arts Academy and The Juilliard School. She grew up a classical musician, first on violin and then an internationally recognized singer. She moved into broadcast journalism during her years at Juilliard working first for WNBC News in New York, then NBC Sports, ultimately a newscaster and reporter for NPR based at headquarters in Washington, DC. She is a founder of the National Association of Black Journalists. In addition to her work with cultural institutions, Claudia served nearly two decades on the National Advisory Council and then the National Board of The Trust for Public Land, the nation’s pre-eminent land conservation organization. Her varied background provides a wealth of understanding of different points of view, and offers clients solid contacts into a variety of international arenas.


Gennesaret Free Clinic - Leadership

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Claudia Polley Love, President- National Assoc. of African Heritage Preservation;


Learning to Give - Foundations and Philanthropic Organizations

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Ms. Claudia Polley


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