As Director of Marketing and Public Programming for the Museum of African American History, Boston and Nantucket, Lynn DuVal Luse oversaw public and media relations and developed a series of scholarly lectures and innovative concerts at some of the nation’s most important historic landmarks. Now retired from MAAH, she continues to serve community through work celebrating Black history and culture, such as the recent $3 million restoration of the Shaw 54th Massachusetts Regiment Memorial; as producer of related Black history programming; and as chair of Castle of Our Skins, an enemble celebrating Black artistry through music. Lynn's early experience includes founding NIAmedia marketing, design, and signature events; hosting a successful urban affairs and entertainment show on BNN-TV, and overseeing promotions for WGBH television and radio — from "Masterpiece Radio Theatre" to "Eyes on the Prize." She now resides in Roxbury, MA with husband George Luse, with whom she shares two children and three grandchildren.
Pictured here at The Brook with David Thomas and Greg McCoy.
Lynn DuVal Luse
Class of '73