Our Staff

 

PASSION. HISTORY. DEDICATION.

Our team is passionate about what they do. Each of the dedicated staff here at St. Luke’s plays an important role that is integral to the success of our team.

– Todd Ballance, Executive Director

Todd Ballance

Todd Ballance

Executive Director

tballance@stlukesmuseum.org

Todd is a passionate cultural resource manager bringing decades of experience in the living history and museum field to St. Luke’s.

Kymberly Cardullo

Kymberly Cardullo

Executive Assistant

kcardullo@stlukesmuseum.org

Her coworkers often describe her as a “museum nerd.” She is passionate about many aspects of history including Art History, Religious Studies, and Critical Race Theory. She is far more passionate about her family, whose youngest members can be found volunteering at St. Luke’s on their days off from school.

Rachel Popp

Rachel Popp

Education Coordinator

rpopp@stlukesmuseum.org

Rachel enjoys hiking, caving, and spending time with her family. One of her favorite projects are the Cemetery Preservation Workshops. She fell in love with the site and Public History while doing research for a class at CNU. “I think St. Luke’s will do that to you. There is something extra special about this site.”

Fred Hodges

Fred Hodges

Sales and Services Manager

fhodges@stlukesmuseum.org

Before taking on his current position as Sales and Services Manager, Fred spent nearly three years working as a Museum Interpreter. He enjoys interacting with the public and is passionate about justice issues. He also plays the saxophone and has seen the Grateful Dead in concert 19 times.

Gloria LaBoone

Gloria LaBoone

Assistant Gift Shop Manager

Gloria was encouraged to volunteer at St. Luke’s by a close friend. That was over 10 years ago! Gloria especially enjoys working during the special events here at St. Luke’s. When she is not on the clock as the
Assistant Gift Shop Manager, she volunteers her time at Chippokes Plantation State Park.

Randy Goodwin

Randy Goodwin

Senior Grounds Technician

rgoodwin@stlukesmuseum.org

As St. Luke’s Veteran Grounds Technician of 15 years, Randy loves working outdoors. Heritage Day was one of his favorite events, when people would visit and comment on how beautiful the grounds were. Randy enjoys spending time with family, and loves to go salt-water fishing.

John Ericson

John Ericson

Outreach Coordinator and Museum Interpreter

jericson@stlukesmuseum.org

When he is not fishing, John can be found at his day job as Pastor of Reformation Lutheran Church or at St. Luke’s giving tours. For John, the best part of his job is helping visitors form a new perspective, inspiring them to become more responsible citizens in order to form that “more perfect union.”

Maggie Furey-Moore

Maggie Furey-Moore

Museum Interpreter

mfurey-moore@stlukesmuseum.org

Maggie’s parents are historians, so it comes as no surprise that she grew up in museums. Maggie prides herself on bringing a fresh, modern interpretive perspective and style to St. Luke’s. Her goal is to help people understand more than just the facts and figures of history.

Leslie Dunaway

Leslie Dunaway

Museum Interpreter

For 37 years, Leslie traveled the world as a flight attendant. She has been to every continent except Antarctica! Naturally, she enjoys meeting and talking with visitors, learning more about where they are from and teaching them about St. Luke’s rich history.

Nicole Litchy

Nicole Litchy

Museum Interpreter

nlichty@stlukesmuseum.org

As a 6th grade teacher, Nicole is passionate about learning. She is always expanding her knowledge by learning something new. She enjoys researching and telling the stories of those who are buried in our Ancient Cemetery, and her favorite event is the Twilight Cemetery Tours.

Theresa James

Theresa James

Gatekeeper

Theresa (Teri) considers herself an “Earthy” person and enjoys the serenity of St. Luke’s cemetery and grounds. Teri cherishes her family and loves to watch her grandchildren grow up. She also enjoys interior decorating and is currently remodeling her bathroom.

Staff are accessible by phone by calling (757) 357-3367.

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The “Shop at The Old Brick Church” maintains an account at giftshop@stlukesmuseum.org.

The museum maintains a general email account at contact@stlukesmuseum.org.