• Audience Research & Evaluation
  • Informal Learning Environments
  • Museums & Technology


After spending 15 years in consumer and technology marketing, including a 10-year stint at Microsoft, Angie decided to pursue a lifelong passion for learning, teaching, and storytelling. She has since worked across many museum disciplines including fundraising, collections management, and exhibition development, and public programming.
Over the past decade, Angie has focused on the field of audience research and evaluation field and has served many roles—as practitioner, advocate, and teacher. She was formerly a research associate at the Institute for Learning Innovation, the evaluation manager at Pacific Science Center and founded a Seattle-based museum consulting firm. Angie has led and contributed to numerous evaluation projects as well as multi-year research studies funded by NSF, IMLS, NASA and NIH. Her work involves designing, developing, and implementing evaluation studies, facilitating project planning, conducting evaluation capacity-building workshops, and supporting grant-writing efforts.


  • MA, Museum Studies, The George Washington University, 2007
  • BBA, Marketing and Business Development, Wilfrid Laurier University, 1993