Andrea Rolleri is a resident of Kennebunkport, Maine. She brings to the board over thirty-five years of experience as an industrial designer, specializing in the planning and development of national and international museum exhibition spaces and visitor experiences. She understands strategic planning, architectural programming, and the need to visually communicate creative ideas to the public.
Her experience working with the Smithsonian Institution, National Park Service as well as State institutions brings valuable experience and insight into interpreting, displaying and caring for historical objects.
She served as lead designer in the planning and development of the Rory Meyers Children’s Adventure Garden in Dallas, Texas. This eight-acre garden immerses children in nature and science and was a recipient of The award for Outstanding Achievement in Science/Discovery.
Examples of other notable projects include the Gerald Ford Presidential Museum, Experience Music Project, USS Intrepid Air Sea Space Museum, Wertz Gallery at The Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Westchester Children’s Museum, Blue Ridge Parkway Destination Center (NPS), Computer History Museum, and the Portland Observatory.