Two Randall Museum Staff Members Receive Education Partner of the Year Award

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Randall Museum Staff Members Receive Education Partner of the Year Award
The Greater Farallones National Marine Sanctuary
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: (SAN FRANCISCO, February 7, 2020) – Join us in congratulating Randall Museum’s Science Curator Nancy Ellis and Program Coordinator Julie Dodd Tetzlaff co-recipients of the Education Partner of the Year Award.
The Greater Farallones National Marine Sanctuary (GFNMS) selects an Education Partner annually in recognition of their dedication and commitment to educating the public in environmental marine issues.
Nancy Ellis and Julie Dodd Tetzlaff received the award from GFMNS’s Education and Outreach Coordinator Carol Preston at a special awards event on January 29, 2020.
“Bringing the mystery, majesty and magic of the ocean to over a hundred Bay Area children each year through the Marine Explorers Camp requires special expertise and resourcefulness,” said Preston. The award was given to Ellis and Tetzlaff to “acknowledge this long-standing partnership and their generosity in opening up the Randall Museum for numerous Sanctuary Soirées.”

In addition to running the Live Animal Exhibit for many years, Nancy Ellis has been involved with science field trips, after school classes, live animal talks, Bug Day, and other exhibits and events.

Julie Dodd Tetzlaff supervises the museum’s art classes, the ceramics studio, summer camp, winter and spring break camps, Halloween, Crafts Day and other exhibits and events.

“We are thrilled to see Julie Dodd and Nancy recognized for their longtime exemplary work,” said Randall Friends Executive Director Tiffany Loewenberg. “We value our ongoing collaboration with GFNMS as we work to inspire curiosity, creativity and love for learning about the world around us.”

About the Randall Museum & the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department:

The Randall Museum, located at 199 Museum Way at Corona Heights Park, is owned and operated by San Francisco’s Recreation and Park Department with a mission to inspire creativity, curiosity, and a love of learning about the world around us. In fulfillment of this mission, the Museum offers an integrated program of arts and sciences to children, youth and adults through opportunities for hands-on learning and recreation, focusing on the cultures and environment of the San Francisco Bay Area. For more information about the Randall Museum the public may call 415-554-9600 or visit www.randallmuseum.org.

The San Francisco Recreation and Park Department’s Mission is to provide enriching recreational activities, maintain beautiful parks and preserve the environment for the well-being of our diverse community. For more information about SF Rec and Park please visit www.sfrecpark.org.

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