Speakers Bureau at the McKinley Presidential Library & Museum
Does your group need a speaker? The McKinley Presidential Library & Museum offers a wide variety of outreach programs! Each program is presented by a museum professional and includes illustrations to enhance the program. Please contact the individual speaker directly — contact information is included in each program description. A minimum of 10 people are required to book a presentation. Please note that a mileage fee of $.50/mile will be charged for programs outside of Stark County in addition to the indicated program fee.
All programs are available virtually and in person.
Kim Kenney graduated summa cum laude from Wells College in Aurora, NY, became Curator of the McKinley Presidential Library & Museum in October 2001 and was promoted to Executive Director in 2019.Read More
Director of Education and Membership
Allyson Carlson graduated from Ohio Wesleyan University in 2011 with her bachelor’s in Middle Childhood Education, and completed her Master’s of Library and Information Science concentrating in Museum Studies from Kent State University in 2017.Read More
Science Director Lynette Reiner graduated from Miami University with a master’s of arts in Zoology. She is also an Ohio Certified Volunteer Naturalist and a certified phenology leader, watershed specialist, and STEM programmer.Read More
As the Archivist of the McKinley Presidential Library & Museum, Mark Holland inspires people to question everything and works alongside a team of 23 volunteers in the Ramsayer Research Library to find the answers to these questions.Read More