We are happy to announce that Ethan Angelica has been promoted to a new position, leading VIP Partnerships, in addition to his role as Tour Guide.
Ethan will head up making new developments on the public VIP Night tour experiences. He will also be leading our expansion into new markets and spending a lot of time on special projects. He will also be focusing on our museum consulting initiatives, like consulting on new visitor engagement (read about the consulting work he did with the team in Norway) and experimenting with offering tours in a new cities.
“Ethan has been a great asset to the Museum Hack family. His experience as an educator combined with his theater background is a perfect fit for our company. We’re excited to have him leading Partnerships and amazing experiences for our audience.”
-Nick Gray, founder of Museum Hack
We’ll be using a variety of guides for our museum consulting projects, but Ethan will be key in figuring out which of our multi-talented guides would work best with the museum. He will work on crafting workshops and offerings best suited towards their needs.
“A cool company that’s doing amazing things in the museum world? Who wouldn’t want to be a part of that! I’m happy to continue working with my fellow Hackers to help museums around the globe tell their amazing stories and get millennials in the door. It’s a big mission, I know. But we’ve got some of the smartest, sassiest and most passionate folks on the planet, so I think we can do it. It is an honor to be a part of this dream team. (And, also: Astrolabes FTW!)”
–Ethan Angelica on join Museum Hack as head of VIP Partnerships
Ethan a is a theatre artist and a museum educator based in Brooklyn, NY. His work as an actor, writer and director has taken him across the United States. Ethan holds an honors degree in Drama and Middle Eastern Studies from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts.
Here are three fun facts about Ethan:
1. His favorite animal is the Madagascar Hissing Cockroach.
2. He likes minor league baseball.
3. He has been a Mac User since before it was cool (think early ‘90s.)
To find our more about the Museum Hack team, click here.