Amy Osterhout is Crossroads’ Program Manager with a strong background in American history studies, public history and programming. She completed her Masters in American History at Rutgers University Camden and also holds a Bachelors in History from Rowan University. Amy has worked at a variety of history-related institutions including the Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities (MARCH) in Camden, Campbell Library Collections & Archives, the Rowan University Writing Center, and the RCA Heritage Program Museum.
As Program Manager, she works as the liasion for New Jersey’s Revolutionary War community including museums, historic sites, and heritage organizations throughout the state and plans professional development workshops and events for Crossroads Heritage Partners. She also provides website and social media maintenance for Crossroads. A native of Marlton, Amy was also a part-time lecturer at Rutgers Camden, has experience in digital media and a strong passion for local Jersey history.