Cameron Kitchin was appointed Director of the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art in 2008, a museum noted for its successful community interactions, inventive educational programs, original exhibitions, and contributions to art scholarship. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts from Harvard University and a master’s in Business Administration with a concentration in not-for-profit and museum management from the Mason School of Business at the College of William & Mary.
Mr. Kitchin is a nationally-recognized innovator and leader in the museum field whose professional experience includes special projects with the American Association of Museums. He also led the museum practice for Economics Research Associates, where he prepared master and business plans for museums and cultural attractions. At ERA, he was a leader in the urban planning team that created Washington DC’s Museums and Memorials Master Plan for the National Capital Planning Commission.
He and his wife Katie have two sons, Robert and Yates, and a daughter Maisie, whose passports already have stamps from India, Greece, France, England, Portugal, Costa Rica, Italy, and Spain in pursuit of their professed love of art, trains, planes, and pirates.
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