Mia Nagawiecki

Adjunct Faculty

Mia Nagawiecki

Mia Nagawiecki is Vice President and Chief of Staff at the Center for Civic Education in Washington, D.C. Prior to this, she was the Vice President for Education at the New-York Historical Society, where she oversaw all education initiatives at the museum, which serve over 250,000 students and teachers annually through inquiry-driven programs that enliven the teaching and learning of history. She has worked on the development of all N-YHS curriculum guides since 2009, and conceived of and directed the Women & the American Story project, the first-ever comprehensive U.S. women’s history curriculum website. Nagawiecki has designed and led hundreds of workshops, institutes, and credit-bearing courses for K-12 educators in New York and across the nation. She is thrilled to serve as an adjunct faculty member in the CUNY School of Professional Studies MA in Museum Studies program, where she teaches required courses such as MST 620 – Museum Education and Interpretation. Nagawiecki holds a BA in history from Barnard College and a Master’s in American studies from Columbia University.

Recent News

40 Under Forty, 2021

March 23, 2021

Crain's New York Business

Mia Nagawiecki, the vice president for education at the New-York Historical Society and faculty member in the CUNY SPS Museum Studies program, has been named in Crain's 2021 40 Under Forty list.