2008 National Conference » Speakers

Cynthia Stout

Executive Director, National Council for History Education

Cynthia Stout is a native of Colorado who retired from Jeffco Public Schools in 2006 where she taught social studies at the secondary level and served as a Curriculum Content Specialist. As part of her graduate school experience at The George Washington University, she conducted an oral history of Fernando Belaunde-Terry, former President of Peru. While her personal research interests center around the part played by tuberculosis in the development and growth of Colorado, she was delighted to be given the opportunity to work with the Japanese American National Museum as an Enduring Communities educator and to expand and deepen her knowledge of the Japanese American experience. Currently she is the Executive Director of the National Council for History Education newly located in College Park, MD.

Speaker Events

Saturday, July 5

Oral History Workshop for Educators - Part 1 (Double Session)
Cynthia Stout, Executive Director, National Council for History Education
Time: 1:00 p.m. - 2:15 p.m.
Location: Quartz A & B, 3rd Floor
Topic: Defining, Preserving and Expanding the Community

Oral History Workshop for Educators - Part 2 (Double Session)
Cynthia Stout, Executive Director, National Council for History Education
Time: 2:30 p.m. - 3:45 p.m.
Location: Quartz A & B, 3rd Floor
Topic: Defining, Preserving and Expanding the Community