National Trust for Historic Preservation

Allyson Saca

Allyson Saca joined the President Woodrow Wilson House in May 2014.  She moved to Washington, D.C. from the San Francisco Bay Area where she was working in Visitor Services at the Asian Art Museum. Allyson graduated with a Masters in Museum Professions with an emphasis in Museum Management from Seton Hall University and received her Bachelors Degree in History from Whittier College in Los Angeles.

Allyson has extensive museum experience, and comes to the Woodrow Wilson House after having worked at the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco and held internships at the Brooklyn Museum, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Rosicrucian Museum in San Jose, and the Cairo Museum in Egypt.

Allyson coordinates communications, programming, and development for the President Woodrow Wilson House.  She is most excited about creating exciting events that engage the entire Washington community with the legacy of Woodrow Wilson.

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