Robert Forloney is a Cultural Institution Consultant working with organizations to develop innovative programs and facilitate strategic planning. He has worked in the museum field for more than twenty years as an educator, administrator and consultant at institutions such the Brooklyn Museum of Art, the Museum of the City of New York, American Museum of Natural History, the Museum of Modern Art and the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum. In addition he has formally taught as a classroom teacher for the New York City Museum School as well as adjunct faculty at Johns Hopkins University, Goucher College and the University of Delaware.
Cultural Institution Consultant | Lecturer for Museums and Society
Research Interests: museum education and interpretation, leadership and strategic planning; cultural anthropology, historic archaeology.
Education: MA in Humanities and Social Thought | Bank Street New York State Education Certification K-12