Christina Lake

Development Manager

Christina Lake

Christina Lake joined the Hilliard Art Museum as the Development Manager in 2021. She has been involved in education advocacy, museums, and nonprofits in Louisiana, Texas, and New Mexico for over ten years. She is dedicated to cultural outreach through community engagement, creating connections with current students, alumni, friends, and patrons of the Museum. She has a background in higher education administration and external relations, acting as a recruiter and liaison to Louisiana business and industry as a champion for educational programs fostering economic development across the state. Lake remains active in several communities, having served with the board for the Natchitoches Historic Foundation, the Western Historical Association, and the Friends of the Capitol Park Museum. Her work in protecting the state’s cultural resources has included acting as a preservation consultant and contributor for National Register for Historic Places district nominations, local historic district design guidelines, and state and federal historic tax credit applications. Lake received her bachelors and master’s degrees at Northwestern State University and is a doctoral candidate in History at Texas A&M University. Her research specializes in the American Southwest, indigenous history, and tourism with a focus on the cultural and architectural preservation in the Southwest through the lens of the Fred Harvey Company and the Santa Fe Railroad.

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