Anne Fullenkamp is the Director of Design at the Children's Museum of Pittsburgh.
In this role, Anne oversees the Museum's internal and external design services, including permanent exhibits, galleries and public spaces; changing exhibitions and artist-in-residency programs; and the execution of business development initiatives centered on traveling exhibits and design consulting. In addition, she is leading the Museum’s inclusive design initiative, working with cultural organizations in Pittsburgh to make the city a hub for accessibility to the arts.
Since joining the Museum in 2006, Anne has led project teams for multiple traveling exhibitions, including the first featuring the work of best-selling author and illustrator Eric Carle and the latest production from The Fred Rogers’ Company. Other projects include collaborations with The Andy Warhol Museum and The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art.
Previously, she spent nearly ten years working as an architectural designer and project manager with multi-discipline architecture firms in both Baltimore and Pittsburgh. Anne is a CSI certified Construction Document Technologist (CDT), an USGBC LEED Accredited Professional (LEED AP), and an Associate member of the American Institute of Architects (Assoc. AIA).