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Caitlin Lill
Works at Orpheum Children's Science Museum
Attended San Francisco State University
Lives in Champaign, IL
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75 people
Have her in circles
100 people
Theresa Shultz's profile photo
Tori McKenna's profile photo
Eben Alguire's profile photo
hillary hempstead's profile photo
Sarah Katz's profile photo
Matthew Flynn's profile photo
Dan Yurek's profile photo
Nick Cragoe's profile photo
Andrea Aguilar's profile photo
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Museum Professional
Employment
  • Orpheum Children's Science Museum
    Associate Director, 2012 - present
  • Hayward Area Historical Society
    Education Assistant, 2010 - 2011
  • Sacramento Zoo
    Overnight Coordinator, 2009 - 2010
  • Sacramento Zoo
    Teen Coordinator, 2008 - 2009
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Champaign, IL
Previously
Hayward, CA - Sacramento, CA - Beloit, WI - Chicago, IL - Boston, MA - Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
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I'm generally sleepy and preoccupied with museums.
Education
  • San Francisco State University
    Museum Studies, 2009 - 2012
  • Beloit College
    Biology, Classics, Museum Studies, 2004 - 2008
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  • Crazy Kitchen
With great regret, I would like the public to know that GiSHwhes is not to be trusted. I have been thoroughly disappointed by the rigor of their research into Brassica oleracea. The documentation of their findings often resorts to Shatnerian hyperbole that borders on the obscene. You will see many others display an almost cultish admiration for their bearish leader but don't be drawn in by their photogenic malarkey. My hope is that new explorations into the behavior of Simia socagio will be more beneficial to their constituents.
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