Scott began working at the Fort Sill National Historic Landmark and Museum in May of 2012. He came to us from the Alaska Native Heritage Center in Anchorage, Alaska where he worked as the Curator of Collections and Exhibits. Before working at the Heritage Center, he worked as the Museum Registrar at the Dorothy G. Page Museum in Wasilla, Alaska; the Smithsonian Institution's National Air and Space Museum as a Museum Specialist, where he assisted in the reconstruction of the Enola Gay, moved the SR-71 and the Space Shuttle Enterprise and assisted in the movement of hundreds of objects to the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center; and the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of American History as a Museum Technician.
Scott holds a PhD and a Master of Arts in Archeology from the University of Nottingham in England and a Bachelor's in Anthropology with an emphasis in Archaeology from the University of California, Santa Barbara.
Anderson began his tenure with the Fort Sill National Historic Landmark and Museum in December 2017. He returned to the Army Museum Enterprise after a brief period of teaching high school social studies. Anderson's prior experience at an Army museum was at the Fort Huachuca Museum, Arizona. While there, he developed the museum education program, hosted events, wrote articles for The Fort Huachuca Scout (installation newspaper), and assisted in the daily operation of the museum.
Anderson is a veteran who served 10 years in the U.S. Air Force as a security forces member with tours in support of Operations Southern Watch, Allied Force, Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom.
Ken joined the Fort Sill National Historic Landmark and Museum staff in 2016. He is a retired US Army Field Artillery veteran who served in Desert Shield and Desert Storm. He has been a volunteer as a buffalo soldier, Indian, and frontier era cowboy at the museum for many years. He is married with four children.
Correy joined the Fort Sill National Historic Landmark and Museum staff in 2014. He’s an Army veteran with service in both Iraq and Afghanistan. Correy came to us from Fort Gibson Historic Site, a field site of the Oklahoma Historical Society. Before becoming a staff member at OHS, he volunteered at Fort Gibson for fourteen years and amassed more than 10,000 volunteer hours between the Oklahoma Historical Society, Oklahoma and Arkansas State Parks, and the National Park Service.
During his time at OHS, Correy was a jack of all trades operating as acting armorer, archaeologist, educator, gift shop manager, tour guide, curator, and volunteer coordinator.
Frank Lisa joined the Fort Sill National Historic Landmark and Museum staff as a Borrowed Military Manpower Soldier with us in 2015. On November 16th he started as our Exhibits Specialist. He is a retired Army veteran; deployed to Kuwait in 2012-2013 as part of Operation Enduring Freedom. Mr. Lisa was born in New Jersey and entered military service in January 2012.
Mr. Lisa is married with four children.
Welcome to the Fort Sill National Historic Landmark and Museum's team, Frank. We are excited to have you here.
Mr. Erik Radowski joined the staff of the Fort Sill National Historic Landmark and Museum in July 2016. Erik came to us after completing his Master of Arts in Museum Studies at the University of Kansas. During his time in Kansas, he worked as a Student Archives Assistant at the Robert J. Dole Institute of Politics and as a Collection and Inventory Specialist at the Territorial Capital Museum in Lecompton, Kansas. Previously, Erik interned at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He also has volunteer experience at the Strategic Air and Space Museum and the Durham Museum, both in the Omaha, Nebraska area.
Erik is married and enjoys exploring his new home in Oklahoma with his wife. He is excited for this new opportunity and to be a part of the Fort Sill National Historic Landmark and Museum staff.