Sarah Harrington, Executive Director
The Executive Director leads the Kodiak Historical Society and the Baranov Museum. She implements the vision of the Kodiak Historical Society Board of Directors, manages the operation of the Baranov Museum, and directs the care of the 200-year-old Russian-American Magazin. If you wish to collaborate with the Kodiak Historical Society or have a question about the Baranov Museum, please call (907) 486-5908 or email email@example.com
The Curator of Collections cares for the physical objects in the Kodiak Historical Society collections, manages their conservation, conducts research into Kodiak history and develops the Baranov Museum exhibits. If you have a question about donating an object, collections care, Kodiak history or our exhibits, please call (907) 486-5917 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Museum Operations Manager oversees day-to-day operations and administration, working closely with the Executive Director and Curator of Collections to set priorities and ensure successful fulfillment related to the Museum’s goals. She serves as a key liaison between the office and internal and external constituents including KHS staff, volunteers, and the Board of Directors. email@example.com
The Curator of Education manages our educational and public programming, including school tours, our lecture series, monthly arts & crafts workshops, First Friday Art Walk and other events. Please contact Natalie if you would like to schedule a tour, have questions about our educational programming or would like to propose a program, please call (907) 486-5909 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Business Manager oversees the Baranov Museum Gift Store, staffing needs to welcome guests to our gallery and exhibits, and other museum business functions. If you would like to offer your products for sale in the store or have a question about our merchandise, please call (907) 486-5912 or email email@example.com
The gallery host at the Baranov Museum welcomes our patrons into the museum galleries and orients them to our community history. Barb will most likely be the first face you see if you are visiting the Baranov Museum.