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As the Director of the DiMenna Children's History Museum (DCHM) at New-York Historical Society, Alice Stevenson is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the DCHM, including mission, family programming, marketing, and funding. Her department serves 40,000 annual family visitors through intergenerational programming and exhibitions. Stevenson is responsible for supporting a team of educators who develop and lead all aspects of family experiences ranging from weekly story times to special history series; from birthday parties to the annual Family Benefit event. Prior to her work at N-YHS, Stevenson was the Senior Manager of Family Programs and Preschool Learning at the New York Hall of Science and Senior Museum Educator/Family Programs Coordinator at the Brooklyn Museum. She holds a Masters in Art History from the State University of New York at Stonybrook and her BA is from New York University. Stevenson is a faculty member at the CUNY School of Professional Studies, teaching required courses such as MST 620 – Museum Education and Interpretation.