Staff, Volunteer Docents & Retired MCPS Teachers

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Staff, Volunteer Docents, Retired MCPS Teachers
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Going out to pasture?
Have we got a pasture for you!
MCPS retired teachers welcome as docents at Woodlawn Manor Museum.


Donna Will
Executive Director, Woodlawn Manor Museum
Owner & Executive Director, Donna Will, began Woodlawn Manor Living History Museum in 2005 and moved the field trip programs to Historic Brookeville Academy in 2016.  The Hands-On History field trips that she designs are collaborative programs enthusiastically endorsed and supported by teachers, principals, and parents.  She was employed by Montgomery County Public Schools as the Day Program Coordinator for Environmental & Outdoor Education for 26 years.  After retirement, she became The Director of Education for a local museum for two years before opening WMM.  Donna is a spinner and a weaver and her love of nature and children is the thread that is woven through her career in environmental education, history, art, and photography.

Susan Lin, Docent

Ms Amy Yellowhair

Amy Yellowhair
Ms Yellowhair is an occasional volunteer and expert in Woodland Native American (Wampanoag and Yacomaco) Lifeways and Legends. She also has a degree in signing for the deaf and hard-of-hearing.   
Julia Anne, WMM Storyteller and Docent.  Majored in creative writing and childhood development.

Woodlawn Manor Folk Tales
Julia Anne, Storyteller

Lisa Marie, Woodlawn Docent
Living History Character

Lisa Marie, docent.

WMM Volunteer
Joe Howard, MCPS Retired, Supervisor Outdoor Education

Lisa Marie (above right), WMM Living History Character
Joe Howard (above), MCPS retired, WMM Volunteer


Heritage Day Volunteers 


Patrick, Justin, Ginny, Julia, & Declan

Email old address to Schedule:

For information or to schedule call: 301.509.8470


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