National Trust for Historic Preservation

Amberly Meli

Amberly Meli has worked as a Curatorial Assistant at the President Woodrow Wilson House since July 2011. She has worked and interned at a number of institutions, working with the collections of the Newark Museum, the Smithsonian Institution National Museum of American History, and the Textile Museum. Amberly specializes in collections management, with a particular interest in preventative conservation and the tasks associated with the preservation of history and the artifacts that keep history alive. Amberly studied at the George Washington University, receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology and Art History in 2011 and a Master of Arts in Museum Studies in 2013.

Contact Amberly:
202-387-4062 (x41225)
ameli(at)WoodrowWilsonHouse.org