Bowling Green, KY, January 13, 2023 – The National Corvette Museum is pleased to announce that Deborah Howard has been named Corvette Club Relations Coordinator. Howard is transitioning from the Museum’s Education Coordinator to her integral new role organizing events and content for and coordinating communication with the Museum’s Corvette Club Ambassadors and the hundreds of Corvette Clubs around the world.

Howard is a native of western New York and a graduate of the State University of New York Fredonia with a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education. Howard also holds a Master of Science degree in special education from Nazareth College. For more than two decades, Howard was an elementary school teacher in New York. In 2014, Howard moved with her husband, a GM employee, to Bowling Green, where she continued her career as an educator.

In July 2018, while looking to leverage her considerable skills as an educator, Howard joined the National Corvette Museum as Education Coordinator. Since joining the NCM, Howard has championed the Mueum’s education department – developing programming, working to provide positive field trip experiences for students, initiating the online Vettecademy video series, and bringing two educational, short-term exhibits to the Museum. Howard led the way for the NCM to be recognized as a sensory-certified attraction through KultureCity, the nation’s leading nonprofit on sensory accessibility and acceptance for those with sensory needs. Howard has also been responsible for facilitating the National Corvette Museum’s scholarship program and has served as project manager for the upcoming new McMichael Family Education Gallery.

During Howard’s tenure as the Museum’s Education Coordinator, she has had multiple opportunities to interact with both NCM Ambassadors and Corvette Clubs. Howard presented to the Ambassadors at their yearly convention each fall, giving updates from her department and encouraging participation and questions from those in attendance. After discussing ways to recognize clubs on a broader scale, multiple Corvette Clubs signed up to support Howard’s Vettecademy series and were given recognition for doing so within the videos. Corvette Clubs also participated in the ever-popular donation program of die-cast cars for visiting students, affectionately named the “Hot Wheels Initiative. The Museum’s Fund-a-Fieldtrip program was another means of connecting with clubs that chose to participate. In addition to interacting with clubs on site, Howard has frequently traveled to work at Corvette Club shows and to speak at club events around the country. Howard is looking forward to the opportunity to visit more clubs in this new role.

According to Stephanie Morrill, Director of Sales & Guest Operations of the National Corvette Museum, “Deborah Howard has been a remarkable asset to our team since joining our staff in 2018. She is both a tremendous educator and an effective leader, and I know our Corvette Club members will benefit from having Deb in this new role.” Howard will assume her role on Wednesday, February 1, 2023.

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