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Selected Projects

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Audience Development
Marin History Museum
Oakland Museum of California

Community Involvement
Exhibit Envoy (California Exhibition Resources Alliance)
Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco

Educational Planning
Angel Island Immigration Station Foundation
The Angel Island Immigration Station Foundation, understanding the importance of the educational role of the Immigration Station, launched a joint overall strategic planning initiative and educational planning initiative.  In partnership with an associate who oversaw the Strategic Plan, Margaret Kadoyama Consulting created the Education Plan. This Plan was directly related to AIISF’s mission, vision, and values, and it directly correlated to goals and objectives outlined in the Strategic Plan.  The educational sub-mission of AIISF is to illuminate, through the specific story of the Angel Island Immigration Station, the comprehensive story of Chinese American and other Pacific Rim immigration to the U.S., use the Immigration Station to tell the specific story of what happened on Angel Island, and to address larger issues of public policy and immigration, secure and standardize this message in the presentation of American history (and the importance that the AIIS site itself holds), and tell the “untold stories” of Pacific Rim immigrants, with a focus on the personal stories and testimonies that will engage audiences.  The five year strategic educational plan provided guidance to AIISF as it continues to engage audiences by telling the stories of Pacific Rim immigrants.

Crocker Art Museum

Program Evaluation
The Marine Mammal Center
Once Upon a Watershed

Staff Development
California Association of Museums
National Association of Tribal Historic Preservation Officers