The Matilda Joslyn Gage Foundation has a full-time Executive Director, Associate Director of Operations, and a part-time Administrative Assistant. More than 80 volunteers, interns and groups locally and nationally allow us to do an amazing amount of work with a small staff.
One of the first women to receive a doctorate for work in women’s studies in the United States (UC Santa Cruz, 1978), Dr. Wagner is also a founder of one of the country’s first women’s studies programs at California State University, Sacramento (1970). A women’s studies faculty member for 41 years, she is currently adjunct faculty in the Honors Program at Syracuse University. Wagner is the nation’s foremost authority on Matilda Joslyn Gage.
Associate Director of Operations
Pat Campany brings to the Gage Center more than 30 years of professional nonprofit management experience. She received her Bachelor of Arts from SUNY @ Geneseo and completed all the coursework in Public Administration at Syracuse University’s Maxwell School. Pat most recently worked for the March of Dimes where she was Division Director for the 14 county Central New York area. A grants writer and fund development professional, she brings extensive experience in volunteer recruitment and support.
Teresa is originally from Ohio and has over 30 years experience as administrative assistant and office manager, previously working for the Syracuse Children’s Chorus and Le Moyne College. After earning her B.A. and M.Ed. from Kent State University, she resided in many different areas of the Midwest and East, settling in the Syracuse area in 1990.