Peter Moran earned his bachelor’s degree in English at the University of Washington in Seattle. He worked in film production before pursuing his Master’s degree in Public History at CCSU. His studies focus on community engagement and multimedia interpretation. He works with the Connecticut Historical Society collecting oral histories on COVID for the Community History Project and works as a historical interpreter for Discovering Amistad.
Daniel J. MacNeil was inducted into Phi Alpha Theta in 2018 and received his B.A. in History, cum laude, from Central Connecticut State University in 2019. He worked as a Classroom Assistant at Middlesex Community College from 2012 to 2015, worked as an intern at the Veterans History Project at CCSU in 2018, and volunteered at the New Britain Industrial Museum in 2020. Currently, he is a graduate student enrolled in the Public History M.A. program at CCSU and is working on the Mike Alewitz project at the Elihu Burritt Library. He also volunteers at the Rocky Hill Historical Society.
Kaitlyn Oberndorfer is a graduate student of Central Connecticut State University’s Public History Program. Outside of Central, she works as an 11th grade American History teacher at CREC Greater Hartford Academy of the Arts High School and as a Historical Interpreter at the Mark Twain House and Museum.