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TILLMAN TUESDAY: Lyndsey Anderson Found Passion for Art in Iraq

Pat Tillman Foundation Communications   |   By Jill Walsh   |   Mar. 31, 2015
Lyndsey Anderson

Pat Tillman Foundation can’t fulfill its mission to empower military veterans and their spouses without the generosity of our supporters across the country. Nationwide, nearly 350 Tillman Scholars are striving to impact our country and communities through their studies in medicine, law, business, policy, technology, education and the arts. Every “Tillman Tuesday,” we are committed to highlighting the individual impact of a Tillman Scholar, focusing on their success in school, career and community—all thanks to your support.

This week’s Tillman Tuesday features Army National Guard veteran Lyndsey Anderson who was part of the first class of Tillman Scholars selected in 2009. Already having earned an MA of Museum Studies from NYU, Lyndsey is finishing her second Masters in June 2015, an MS Ed in Leadership in Museum Education from Bank Street College of Education. Lyndsey grew up in a suburb of Des Moines and is currently sharing her passion for art as Manager of Visitor Experience and Access programs at the Rubin Museum of Art in New York City.


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