Director of Education
Tania Said, director of education, leads the development of DOMA’s educational program by facilitating access and learning for adults, including college students, schools and other youth organizations, and families through museum interpretation, public programs, teacher and docent training, and tours.
She was previously the community services manager at the Smithsonian Center for Education and Museum Studies, director of the Bead Museum, and held various other positions at the Corcoran Gallery of Art\Washington Project for the Arts, Institute of Museum and Library Services, Corporation for National Service, and American Alliance of Museums. She holds an MA in Museum Studies with concentrations in Museum Management & Leadership and Visual Culture from The George Washington University and a BA in Telecommunications & Art History with honors from Ball State University.
Ms. Said volunteers in the community and for the museum profession. She previously served as a board member of both the Art Education Association of Indiana and the Museum Education Roundtable, and is a past president of the Muncie Art Students League. She is currently on the board of directors of the Ross Center, active with Reconciliation Achieved through Community Engagement (RACE) and Women in Business Unlimited (WIBU), and advises the Ball State University Museum Club.