National Museum of Wildlife Art hires new marketing director

JACKSON, Wyo. — Allie Tscheulin is the new director of marketing at National Museum of Wildlife Art. Tscheulin was appointed this week by the board of trustees and staff of NMWA.

Tscheulin has a strong background in business development and sales where she helped triple revenue at a data analytics technology startup in Baltimore, Maryland in one year.

Tscheulin boasts more than five years of experience in marketing, where she has led many successful digital campaigns, traveled both nationally and internationally to present and coordinate conferences, and helped to build company brands from the ground up.

But with a bachelor’s degree in art history and working towards a master’s degree in museum studies, Tscheulin’s true passion lies in art museums. This passion brought her to Jackson and NMWA in November of 2018 as its membership and database associate.

“In Allie’s first year at the museum, she brought new ideas and really re-shaped the membership and database role for the better,” said Steve Seamons, museum director. “We are excited to utilize her skills in marketing, and have ambitious goals for next year.”

As director of marketing, Tscheulin will be responsible for the overall marketing and brand awareness of the museum locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally.

“With my tech background, I am excited to bring new ideas and new technologies to shake things up a bit in the already stellar marketing program at the museum,” Tscheulin said. “Though I’m only in my second year in Jackson, I have felt so welcomed and look forward to growing my relationship with this very special community.”

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