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Terrie Suzitte Rouse

consultant , museum director

Terrie Suzitte Rouse, Museum director, consultant. Named Outstanding Young Women American, 1981-1983. Member Conference Military Transportation Officials; Member American Association Museums (assessor since 1981).

Background

Rouse, Terrie Suzitte was born on December 2, 1952 in Youngstown, Ohio, United States. Daughter of Eurad R. and Florence (Wilcox) Rouse.

Education

Bachelor, Trinity College, 1974. Master of Science in Professional Studies, Cornell University, 1977. Certified in international affairs, Columbia University, 1979.

Master of Arts, Columbia University, 1979.

Career

Manager, curator Adam Clayton Powell St. Office Building, New York City, 1979-1981. Senior curator Studio Museum Harlem, 1981-1986. Director museum New York Transit Museum, Brooklyn, 1986—1991.

Director California Afro-American Museum, 1991—1993. Artistic executive director Atlanta Ballet, 2002—2003. Executive arts manager, museum director Union Station, Kansas City, since 2005.

Chief Executive Officer Capitol Visitor service, United States Capitol. Advisor Bellevue Hospital Art Board, since 1981.

Works

  • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member Conference Military Transportation Officials. Member of American Association Museum (assessor since 1981).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: sewing, reading, exploring Harlem, doll collecting.

Connections

1 child Malcom Adam Rouse-West.

father:
Eurad Rouse

mother:
Florence (Wilcox) Rouse

child:
Malcom Adam Rouse-West Rouse