About Kyle

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Kyle Parks is a museum and nonprofit professional based in Wilmington, Delaware. Dedicated to promoting excellent museum experiences and making connections in community-focused environments, Kyle believes strongly in bringing communities together through connection and engagement with history, culture, and ourselves. After completing his B.A. in history with minors in new media journalism and Spanish from McDaniel College, Kyle spent a year working in the education, interpretation, and visitor services teams at a variety of institutions—including the Kalmar Nyckel FoundationOld Swedes Historic Site, Brandywine River Museum of Art, and the Delaware Historical Society. While completing his M.A. in history and graduate certificate in museum studies from the University of Delaware, Kyle remained part of Old Swedes’ team and completed a year-long graduate assistantship for Delaware Humanities. Kyle is currently the Assistant Director of Public Programs & Engagement at the Kalmar Nyckel Foundation, where he oversees visitor services, coordinates education programs, administers grants for the education department, manages Fort Christina Park, among other duties.

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