Dawn Martin works in Science & Education as the team's Operations Manager. She serves as an executive assistant to Debra Moskovits, leads the team's administrative staff, supports the group's fund-raising efforts and works to improve the team's communications and logistical efficiency. She joined the Museum in 2007.
She earned a BA in Art History in 1996 and a BFA in Sculpture in 1997 from Indiana University.
Dawn comes to the Museum after more than a decade of work as an art services and objects conservation project manager in the private sector. She has worked with museum-sector clients for much of that time, and has managed projects including the conservation of the only existent launch-ready Saturn V Rocket at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas.