Lee Berry

Program Assistant, Oral History

  • Phone: 215.873.8251
  • Fax: 215.629.5251

Lee Sullivan Berry earned a master’s degree in medieval studies from the University of Notre Dame, and a bachelor of arts degree in religious studies from the University of Pennsylvania. Before joining CHF, Berry spent 10 years as a historian with History Associates Incorporated, a historical services firm in Rockville, Maryland. While there, she authored histories of Navistar and Bausch and Lomb, wrote exhibit text for several museum projects, and conducted oral histories for the Optical Society of America and Eastern State Penitentiary.

As program assistant for the Center for Oral History, Sullivan conducts background research for upcoming oral-history interviews, edits transcripts of completed interviews, and coordinates with interviewers and interviewees to finalize transcripts, and provides program support. She is also contributing articles and reviews to Chemical Heritage magazine.

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