Janet currently serves as Director of Development & Communications for Tudor Place Historic House & Garden in Washington, DC. With thousands of decorative objects, including the largest Washington Collection outside of George Washington’s Mount Vernon, Tudor Place sits on 5 ½ acres in the heart of the Georgetown historic neighborhood. Prior to working at Tudor Place, Janet worked with director, Jerald Melberg at his nationally recognized gallery, building private collections nationwide. Janet was the lead researcher on the forthcoming publication, Romare Bearden: The Print Catalogue Raisonne 1964-1983. An active ArtTable Member for nearly ten years, Janet has been involved in numerous programs. The Women’s Collector’s Program, brought together established and emerging collectors to inspire and encourage art collecting in Charlotte, NC. She is a champion of young people and the next generation of art industry leaders and has served as a mentor for the ArtTable Fellowship Program and the DC Faith Flanagan Fellowship Program – both promoting diversity in the arts.
Director of Development & Communications, Tudor Place Historic House & Garden