Education Advisory Board
The Friends of the National World War II Memorial’s Education Advisory Board is comprised of a cross section of educators who are helping to guide Friends’ education efforts.
The Advisory Board is charged with helping Friends to meet its mission of preserving the national memory of World War II while also meeting the needs of teachers in the classroom today and the required core standards nationally.
The Friends of the National World War II Memorial’s Education Advisory Board is a voluntary body that meets in person or telephonically 2-4 times per year to provide strategic advice to the Friends Board and Staff.
Daniel Arant (Annapolis, MD)
WWII Memorial Volunteer
Monique Ceruti (Arlington, VA)
Chief Information Officer, American Battle Monuments Commission
Gregory S. Cooke (Philadelphia, PA)
Assistant Adjunct Professor of English and Philosophy, Drexel University
Jennifer Epstein (Washington, DC)
Education Specialist, National Mall and Memorial Parks
Patricia Hay (Dallas, TX)
8th Grade Social Studies Teacher, Alex W. Spence Talented/Gifted Academy
Tim Nosal (Arlington, VA)
Director of Public Affairs, American Battle Monuments Commission
Shawn Stover (Washington, DC)
Chief of Secondary Schools, DC Public Schools
Kristen Thompson (Alexandria, VA)
Education Program Coordinator, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Lauren Tims (Dallas, TX)
Pre-AP English/Language Arts, Alex W. Spence Talented/Gifted Academy
The Friends of the National World War II Memorial’s education programs are generously supported by the Jack C. Taylor / Enterprise Rent-A-Car WWII Memorial Education Endowment.
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Friends is grateful to the following Founding Sponsors for their ongoing commitment to preserving the legacy, lessons, and sacrifices of our Greatest Generation.