Webinar: What is the AASLH Awards Program?
Have you always wondered what the AASLH awards program is? Do you feel that your organization is too small to win a national award? AASLH knows that organizations across the country do amazing work in the field of state and local history and want to recognize your efforts. Join this free informational webinar to learn about the program and why you should apply, no matter what your budget size. Also get tips for how to put together an award-winning nomination.
Visit our Awards page to read more about AASLH Leadership in History awards and see profiles on previous award winning organizations.
DATE: January 14, 2020
TIME: 3:00 – 4:00 pm EASTERN (Remember to adjust for your time zone)
We will record this event. Access the Recorded Webinar in the AASLH Resource Center after the event has passed. Registrants of this event receive complimentary access to the recording in their Dashboard.
Closed captioning is provided for this event.
Bethany Hawkins was named Chief of Operations for AASLH in April 2016. She joined AASLH in 2005 in the role of Program Manager working primarily with the association’s continuing education programs, annual meeting, awards program, and affinity groups. Before joining AASLH, she worked as Director of Marketing for the Lane Motor Museum in Nashville and was Executive Director of the Sam Davis Home and Museum in Smyrna, TN. A life-long Tennessee resident, Bethany has both a Bachelor of Arts in History and a Master of Arts in Public History from Middle Tennessee State University.
Aja Bain is the Program and Publications Manager. She has been with AASLH since 2014 and holds a BA in American history and anthropology from Vanderbilt University and an MA in Public History from Middle Tennessee State University. Her research interests include migration, Southern history, and material culture. Aja serves as President of the Inter-Museum Council of Nashville and writes for Historic Nashville, Inc. When not at AASLH, she can be found leading tours of downtown Nashville and planning future travels. Previous affiliations include the Kentucky Historical Society and Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage.