FORT WORTH, Texas–Amon Carter Museum Director Ron Tyler announced today that Tracy Greene has been named public information officer. In her new position, Greene will promote the museum regionally and nationally, and will work to build ongoing awareness and support for the Carter and its programs.
“Tracy brings a great deal of marketing and PR experience to the museum, and she knows the community,” Tyler said. “We are confident that she will be an asset to the museum and expand awareness of its collection, exhibitions and programs.”
Greene has nearly 10 years of marketing, PR and communications experience. Prior to joining the museum, she served as senior communications specialist for Texas Health Resources. She has also served as communications manager for the Fort Worth Zoo and as a senior account executive at a Fort Worth advertising and public relations agency. Greene holds a Bachelor of Science in advertising and public relations from Texas Christian University and is a member of the Greater Fort Worth chapter of Public Relations Society of America.
“The Amon Carter Museum is a national treasure,” Greene said. “To work for an organization with such a wonderful mission is an incredible opportunity, and I am thrilled to be a part of its dynamic team.”