Amy Page has lived in Las Vegas since 2001. She grew up in the Midwest and attended college at Missouri State in Springfield. She earned her undergraduate degree in New World Antiquities and has a Master’s Degree in History of the American West. Her passion for history led her into museums where she has worked for more than twenty years. Amy has a passion for education which has led to some amazing professional experiences in Las Vegas. At UNLV, Amy managed environmental education programs for children on behalf of Nevada’s federal land management agencies. Amy also worked for a design group that built museum exhibits which attempted to use immersion to engage students in science and history. For the past several years, Amy has provided professional development education to teachers on behalf of the Clark County School District. She has also been part of unique science writing projects for the National Park Service. Currently, Amy shares her time at Adelson with the Las Vegas Natural History Museum where she is a strategic and interpretive planner. Amy is married and has two sons, Charlie is 8 and Jack is 13.