Amy Snyder

Education Manager

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Amy Snyder is the Georgia Historical Society's Education Manager. Amy has 27 years of experience as an education professional in various roles, including as a classroom teacher, museum educator, and facilitator of teacher professional development. She comes to GHS from Champions for Learning, the education foundation of Collier County, Florida, where she was the Director of Educator Programs. Prior to that she served as Education Director and Executive Director at the Holocaust Museum & Education Center of Southwest Florida, and as the Acting Education Program Director at the Thoreau Institute at Walden Woods in Lincoln, Massachusetts. She was also a museum educator at several historic sites including Spencer-Peirce-Little Farm and Coffin House in Newbury, MA; the Concord Museum and the Old Manse in Concord, MA, and Woodlawn Plantation and the Pope Leighey House in Mount Vernon, VA. She began her career as a social studies teacher, grades 7-12. Amy has a bachelor’s degree in history from Gordon College in Wenham, MA, and a museum studies certificate from Tufts University. She also received her Massachusetts teacher certificate in history, grades 9-12.