Staff

Victoria Miller, Museum Curator

Victoria Miller is a Pueblo native and holds a B.A. in History from (then) University of Southern Colorado, and an M.A. in Museum Science from Texas Tech University. She has held positions working with both museum educational programming and museum collection management. victoria.miller@steelworks.us

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Chris Schreck, Archives Manager/Interim Executive Director

Chris Schreck moved to Pueblo from Denver in 2012 to attend CSU-Pueblo, where he earned his B.A. in History in 2015. He is currently working on his Master’s Degree in Library and Information Science with a focus on Archives from the University of Arizona. Chris is interested in discovering new and innovative ways to explore and present the region’s unique history, and using modern technology as a tool for historical research and education. chris.schreck@steelworks.us

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Kay Griffith, Office and Events Coordinator

Kay Griffith has a B.A. in Business Management from Fort Lewis College; her college years were completed while homeschooling 3 children. She worked in Durango for a few years in the newspaper, media & events industry. She looks forward to working in the non-profit sector and providing her talents & services to our museum & its endeavors. She moved to Pueblo in the summer of 2015 to support her college age children. kay.griffith@steelworks.us

 

Pueblo native Joe Kronwitter is a master woodworker and jack-of-all-trades. He produces finely crafted furniture and fine art sculptural creations as well as helping to design and produce exhibits in the Steelworks Museum. His work has been featured at Agora Gallery in New York City, Mertzwerks Gallery in San Angelo, Texas, and the John Deaux Gallery in Pueblo. To commission a unique creation by Joe Kronwitter contact him at info@steelworks.us.