Richard Guido graduated from Rowan University with a Bachelor's degree in History. He began interning with the Society in July 2012 and became our Administrative Assistant in October of that year.
He has held numerous positions for the Society since that time and has been involved in museum, administrative, educational, library and archival work. He currently holds the title of Administrator and Librarian for the Society. His areas of historical interest include both the Colonial and Revolutionary period of American History.
Administrator & Librarian
Amanda graduated from Rutgers University – Camden with a Bachelor’s degree in Art History and a double Minor in Museum Studies and Fine Arts. She began interning with the Society in December 2013
and eventually volunteered with both the Museum and Education committees. Some of her projects have included museum collections work, library transcriptions, education and school groups, attending
promotional events, and curating the Sampler Exhibit in 2017. In February 2018 Amanda was hired as the Society’s Administrative Assistant and continues to fill that role.