Jean Pruchnik Harrison | Secretary
Jean has a degree in Fine Art from the Maryland Institute, College of Art; her graduate studies were in Native American Art History and Museum Studies. Jean spent most of her career researching, writing and designing interpretive exhibits for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s National Wildlife Refuge System. Throughout her career, she taught design, visual communication and interpretive writing both nationally and internationally, working with teams in Sri Lanka, Russia and China to develop exhibits for their premier nature reserves and national parks. She also worked at the Institute for American Indian Studies, CT; the Portland Art Museum, OR; and for The Murray Bowen Archives Project. She has illustrated several books, including George Schaller’s Stones of Silence. Jean joined the FOMA board in 2020.