Museum studies, cultural/economic policies, social history, public education
Kerri Kline originally hails from Hopkinton, MA, but has lived in Virginia for the past 17 years. She graduated from the University of Mary Washington with a B.A. in History; The Johns Hopkins University with an M.A. in Museum Studies; and has a Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management from George Mason University. As a new doctoral student, her interests are on museums and their socioeconomic impact on diverse metropolitan areas across the country.
Kerri is a mother of 2 and is currently the Vice President of Operations at The Army Historical Foundation, the nonprofit entity for the newly opened National Museum of the United States Army.