Mary Marshall Clark — Director — firstname.lastname@example.org
In addition to being the Director of the Columbia Center for Oral History Research located in INCITE, Mary Marshall Clark is co-founder and director of Columbia’s Oral History Master of Arts (OHMA) degree program, created in 2008-09. Formerly, she was an oral historian and filmmaker at the New York Times. Mary Marshall has been involved in the oral history movement since 1991, and was president of the United States Oral History Association from 2001-2002, and has served on the Executive Council of the International Oral History Association. View Her Full Profile at incite.columbia.edu.
Sara is a graduate of Columbia University’s Oral History Master of Arts program. Prior to attending OHMA, Sara lived in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, where she conducted an oral history project for the International Labour Organization’s Regional Office for Africa.Sara manages the CCOHR project on artist Robert Rauschenberg.
Senior Project Manager
Caitlin joined INCITE in 2011 after earning her MPA in Social Policy from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA).
She has managed CCOHR and INCITE Oral History projects on the Arab Spring in Tunisia, The Atlantic Philanthropies, The Harriman Institute, and The Phoenix House Oral History. View her full profile at incite.columbia.edu.
Peter Bearman (email@example.com), Jonathan Cole Professor of Social Sciences, is Director of INCITE, CCOHR's Institutional home.
Michael Falco (firstname.lastname@example.org) is Associate Director of INCITE, CCOHR's Institutional home. Contact Michael for any questions regarding CCOHR project finances and management.