Jacqueline Boytim

Program Assistant, Center for Oral History

  • Phone: 215.873.8219

As a program assistant in the Center for Oral History, Jacqueline’s primary responsibility is to assist with the preparation and processing of interviews; she conducts background research on interviewees, edits interview transcripts, and provides program support. She also contributes to Chemical Heritage and Distillations. Before joining the center, Jacqueline worked in visitor services in CHF’s museum, specializing in the planning and implementation of educational programming. She received her bachelor’s degree in science, technology, and society from the University of Pennsylvania, where she completed a thesis on the standardization of laboratory architecture.

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