Welcome: Holly Andrew


Exhibit program manager, The Museum of Utah

Where did you work most recently?
I was previous employed by Ogden as curator of museums located in the historic Union Station on 25th Street.

What expertise or skills do you want your colleagues to know about?
Skills that I have are Adobe Suite (Photoshop, illustrator, InDesign, etc.), ArcGIS,
database management, museum collection care, qualitative and quantitative
analysis for survey and focus groups.
Where were you raised?
I was raised in Smithfield in Cache Valley.
Where did you attend university?

I received my bachelors in anthropology from Utah State University and my
master’s in anthropology from the University of Oklahoma.
What brought you to work in state government?
It sounds silly, but I wanted the opportunity to serve the communities of Utah
while sharing some things I’m passionate about — its people, history, and culture.

Holly Andrew

What personal hobbies and interests would be helpful for your co-workers to know

Photography, creating music with instruments (piano, cello, voice), working
with communities, students, teachers, and families.

What kind of work conversations, meetings, or retreat activities spark your
creativity or new ideas?

Brene Brown’s “Daring Leadership.”