Sarah George, executive director, joined the Utah Museum of Natural History in 1992. Drawing upon her vast experience as a scientist and with museums, George has guided the efforts of the staff and board through times of significant challenges, growth and change.
Tim Lee, Exhibits Manager and Senior Exhibit Designer, often finds inspiration from the natural world for the elements he uses in his designs. Working with the Museum exhibit team, curators, and outside experts, Lee conceptualizes, plans, and develops original exhibits, both permanent and temporary...
Currently, Becky Menlove has the most enviable job...Overseeing activities of the Museum’s exhibits, school programs, public programs and visitor services.
Duncan Metcalfe began his professional career at the University of Utah 24 years ago. He is the chief curator and curator of archaeology for the Museum, an associate professor in the Department of Anthropology, as well as the Scientific Director of the Range Creek Research Project.
Christy Bills, entomology collections manager, joined the Museum in 1998 and manages the insect collection that dates back to the 1890s, featuring insects from Utah, the Intermountain Region, and the world. Bills is coordinating a database project to digitize all of our hundreds of thousands of...