Doug holds a Bachelor of Arts in History from California State University Channel Islands and a Master of Arts in History from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. Doug is also an author and has received several awards recognizing his work at the Dunes Center, including California State University Alumnus of the Year, Historic Preservationist of the Year and Best Nonprofit Management and Governance Practices. He is also an adjunct professor at Allan Hancock College, serves on the San Luis Obispo County Archaeological Society’s Board of Directors and the California Association of Museums’ Programs Committee, and holds a seat on the Santa Barbara County Arts Commission representing the County’s 5th District.
Christina was born and raised in Guadalupe and attended Righetti High School and Allan Hancock College. She lives in Guadalupe with her two sons and daughter. She enjoys playing in local softball leagues in her free time and helping serve her community.
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Meghan grew up in Camarillo in Ventura County, and is excited to return to California and explore the Central Coast. Meghan attend Stanford University and has a Bachelor of Arts in archaeology and a Master of Arts in Museum Studies from the Cooperstown Graduate Program at SUNY Oneonta.
The Dunes Center Internship Program offers interns an opportunity to learn job skills, engage with our program participants, develop lesson plans, and to have a rich, rewarding experience they can benefit from. For details, check out our Internship Program page.