Nicole Temple is the Vice President of Youth Education Programs. Her responsibilities include all facets of the Museum associated with the nearly 400,000 students that participate in HMNS programming annually. During her tenure at HMNS, she has cultivated international partnerships, created content for Giant Screen Films, and participated in the development of the Magna Carta and Block Party exhibits. Due the nature of the Museum and its programming, Temple’s skills run the gamut and include everything from curriculum development to taxidermy.
Before coming to the Museum full-time, she taught a variety of subjects in public schools, including a short stint overseas at a Department of Defense base and several years in the Fort Bend Independent School District. Temple received undergraduate degrees in Education and English Literature and Language as well as a Master degree in Education from the University of Kansas.