Randall Museum Staff

Randall Museum Staff

Marcus Wojtkowiak - Director

Marcus Wojtkowiak - Director
mwojtkowiak@randallmuseum.org(415) 370-6342

Marcus Wojtkowiak joins the Randall Museum as its new director with more than seventeen years of experience in museum programming and science education. His professional skills, educational background, and personal passion for nature-based science will lead the Randall Museum into its next chapter of creativity and discovery.

Marcus is a longtime Randall Museum employee who has held a wide range of roles, bringing a wealth of home grown experience to the Director role. From 2010-2018 Marcus served as the Randall Museum’s science program coordinator, in which he applied his creative enthusiasm to design and implement a wide range of science educational programs, exhibits and special events, along with coordinating the annual San Francisco Middle School Science Fair, and rejuvenating the Randall’s field trip program. Since 2017 Mr. Wojtkowiak has acted as the regional Golden Gate STEM Fair director, planning and executing the competition for more than 200 students annually.

Nick Barkley - Animal Exhibit Curator

Nick Barkley - Curator
nickolas.barkley@sfgov.org(415) 554-9600

Nick works as a curator in the live animal exhibit. He has a background in veterinary assisting and art which he happily incorporates in his daily task and projects at the Randall museum.

Katherine Galeas Veliz - Science and Nature Program Coordinator

Katherine Galeas Veliz - Randall Museum Science and Nature Program Manager


(415) 554-9602

Katherine is a San Francisco native who loves nature and teaching others about the wonderful world in which we live.

She started working as a Science Instructor at the Randall Museum in 2022. Katherine now oversees the Randall on the Road program, the museum’s field trip program, the Annual San Francisco Middle School Science Fair, and outreach events for staff. She welcomes meeting and interacting with the public.

As someone who loves learning and sharing knowledge with others, Katherine’s goal is to create programs and activities that foster and support a sense of community, increase accessibility, curiosity and a lifetime of learning. She looks forward to seeing you at the Randall.

Zach Lim - Live Animal Exhibit Curator

Zach Lim - Live Animal Exhibit Curator
zlim@randallmuseum.org (415) 554-9600

A born and raised San Francisco native, Zach Lim developed a love of all things nature at a young age while exploring places like Ocean Beach and Golden Gate Park. This passion for the natural world did not wane with age and led him towards a career working with animals, in particular, those species most misunderstood. Prior to his current position as a curator at the Randall Museum, Zach was a herpetologist at the Atlanta Botanical Garden rearing endangered frogs for reintroduction, and worked at the Fernbank Natural History Museum as an animal husbandry specialist and educator.

Noah Lund - Facility Coordinator

Noah Lund - Facility Coordinator
noah.lund@sfgov.org (415) 554-9600

Working for the San Francisco Recreation & Parks dpt. for over 13 years Noah Lund in Partnership with The Randall Museum Friends non-profit, oversees facility maintenance and front desk staff. Noah fondly remembers visiting the Randall Museum in his youth to see the marvelous train exhibit. Now as Randall’s Facility Coordinator, he helps foster a beacon for art and science. The Randall Museum has always been a place for all ages and backgrounds in San Francisco and the greater Bay Area. Something that he is very happy to be a part of.

Dominik Mosur - Animal Care Attendant

dmosur@randallmuseum.org(415) 554-9600

Dom works full time in the Live Animal Exhibit caring for animals, educating the public, and helping supervise the teen animal volunteers. He also does live animal presentations and bird walks on Corona Heights. A few years ago he earned the distinction of having The Big Year – he spotted the most species of birds in San Francisco in a twelve month period.

Susan Working - Curator of Applied Technology
Susan Working - Randall Museum Curator of Applied Technology

sworking@randallmuseum.org(415) 271-4575

Susan supervises art, woodworking and technology programming at the Randall. She is developing the new STEM Lab and its programming, and new exhibits. Formerly the director of the Furniture Design and Sculpture Programs at Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Snowmass Village Colorado, and the Academic Director of the Pont Aven School of Contemporary Art in Brittany, France, Susan has also taught at California College of the Arts, Rhode Island School of Design, and the University of California Santa Cruz. MFA, Rhode Island School of Design.

Nathan Robinson - Administrative Director
Nathan Robinson – Administrative Director

nrobinson@randallmuseum.org(415) 554-9681

Nathan’s responsibilities include overseeing all financial transactions for the Friends, human resources, coordinating the Board calendar, birthdays, weddings and other private events, and supervising volunteers for museum events. At one Randall Halloween event someone thought he was a real construction worker.

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