Randall Museum Staff
Staff Name, Title and Contact Information
Randall Museum Staff
Chris Boettcher - Director of Randall Museum, Manager of SF Rec&Park Cultural Division
Nancy Ellis - Science Curator
Susan Working - Curator of Applied Technology
Susan supervises art, woodworking and technology programming at the Randall. She is developing the new STEM Lab and its programming, and new exhibits. Formerly the director of the Furniture Design and Sculpture Programs at Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Snowmass Village Colorado, and the Academic Director of the Pont Aven School of Contemporary Art in Brittany, France, Susan has also taught at California College of the Arts, Rhode Island School of Design, and the University of California Santa Cruz. MFA, Rhode Island School of Design.
Julie Dodd Tetzlaff - Program Coordinator
Marcus Wojtkowiak - Science Program Coordinator
Marcus began at the Randall Museum as a science educator and has taken on the responsibilities of San Francisco Middle School Science Fair Director. Marcus believes that “humanity’s scientific understanding is advanced by young scientists who think creatively without mental boundaries. These individuals are the ones who will both unlock great mysteries and ask even more challenging questions.”
Donna DeTurris - Facility Coordinator
Donna started with San Francisco Recreation and Park Department as a camp counselor in the Harvey Milk Center for the Arts and then moved up as the After School Coordinator for Miraloma Clubhouse. She has held multiple other positions including Camp Manger, Recreation Specialist for Photo Department, Facility coordinator for Harvey Milk, Sharon Art Studio and now the Randall Museum.
Dominik Mosur - Animal Care Attendant
Dom works full time in the Live Animal Exhibit caring for animals, educating the public, and helping supervise the teen animal volunteers. He also does live animal presentations and bird walks on Corona Heights. A few years ago he earned the distinction of having The Big Year – he spotted the most species of birds in San Francisco in a twelve month period.
Bryan Mosely - Animal Keeper
Bryan works part time for SF Rec&Park in the Live Animal Exhibit; he also works for the Friends teaching after school classes and leading field trips.
Jeanne Sharei - Animal Keeper
Jeanne works part time for SF Rec&Park in the Live Animal Exhibit; she also works for the Friends teaching after school classes and leading field trips.
Randall Museum Friends
Traci McCollister - Development Director
Traci’s responsibilities include fundraising for the Friends. She was instrumental in securing the NEFP grant and is currently busy with the Revitalize the Randall Campaign. In her free time she climbs to the top of European cathedrals with her husband Joe.
Nathan Robinson - Administrative Director
Nathan’s responsibilities include overseeing all financial transactions for the Friends, human resources, coordinating the Board calendar, birthdays, weddings and other private events, and supervising volunteers for museum events. At one Randall Halloween event someone thought he was a real construction worker.
Andrew Kontrabecki - Ceramics Instructor
When Andrew is helping to run the Randall Ceramics Studio he is paid by Rec & Park. When he is teaching classes he is paid by Randall Museum Friends. He is also a ceramics artist who produces his own original work.
Tomoko Nakazato - Ceramics Instructor
When Tomoko is helping to run the Randall Ceramics Studio she is paid by Rec & Park. When she is teaching classes she is paid by Randall Museum Friends. She is also a ceramics artist who produces her own original work.