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Haley Goldman arrived at New Hampshire Humanities (NHH) in September 2021 from the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM) in Washington, DC, where he led a digital innovation team that explored the impact of emerging technologies on history education, informal learning, and digital humanities as Director of Future Projects. Future Projects conducts research, develops prototypes, and uses new technology such as virtual or augmented reality and 360° video to transform Holocaust memorialization and education. At the USHMM, Haley Goldman also served as the Director of the Benjamin and Vladka Meed Registry of Holocaust Survivors and the Director of Global Classroom and Evaluation.
Haley Goldman has also served as a grant reviewer for the National Endowment of the Humanities, Institute for Museum and Library Services; as well as on many advisory groups, including the Scientific Advisory Board of the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Digital History; the Digital Advisory Group for the Jewish Digital Cultural Recovery Project; the Advisory Committee for Courtroom 600: An Educational Virtual Reality Encounter with the History and Legacies of the Nuremberg Trials at the University of Connecticut Greenhouse Labs. He also co-taught Museum Evaluation at the Columbia College of Arts and Sciences at The George Washington University with his wife, Kate Haley Goldman.
Haley Goldman holds a Masters in Computing and Education from Columbia University Teachers College in New York and a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from Haverford College in Pennsylvania. He recently relocated from Maryland to Concord, New Hampshire with his family.
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