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K. A. Luckerportrait
Oakland, California


To apply free choice learning principles to the interpretation of gardens, farms, parks, and nature centers, teaching people of all ages ways to interact beneficially with their environment.


June 2008
Master of Arts, Museum Education
John F. Kennedy University, Berkeley, California

May 2005
Bachelor of Arts, Classics/Anthropology
New College of Florida, Sarasota, Florida

Florida Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine


June 2007—Current
Office Manager, Chochmat HaLev (Berkeley, California)

Jan.—May 2007
Hiring Commission Chair, Berkeley Students’ Cooperative (Berkeley, California)

July 2006—July 2007
Intern, Atelier Kathleen Brown Museum Consulting (Alameda, California)

Jan.—Oct. 2006
Instructor, The Princeton Review (Berkeley, California)

Jan.—March 2006
Interim Administrative Director, John F. Kennedy University: Berkeley Office (Berkeley, California)

Sept. 2004—Jan. 2005
Intern, Ringling Museum of Art (Sarasota, Florida)

Nov. 2002—May 2004
Events Coordinator, Sainer Auditorium (Sarasota, Florida)

May 2002—July 2002
Organizer, Florida Public Interest Research Group (Tampa, Florida)

May 2001—May 2002
Office Manager, Madeira Beach Center for Natural Medicine (Madeira Beach, Florida)


May—June 2009
Building Apprentice, Arlene and Jay’s tiny house on wheels

July 2006—Current
Community Advisory Board, San Francisco Department of Public Health: Office of AIDS Research

Jan. 2006—Jan. 2007
President, Berkeley Students’ Cooperatives: Oscar Wilde House

March—May 2006
Hiring Committee Member, John F. Kennedy University: Department of Museum Studies

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