Laura Foley joined Crossroads in June 2022 as the Program Manger. She is the project manager for the audio tours and serves as the contact for heritage partners. Before working at Crossroads, she served as the Museum Coordinator for the Gloucester County Historical Society Museum, where she served as museum coordinator, managed the collection and volunteers, catalogued artifacts, and created exhibits and programs. She was also a docent at Red Bank Battlefield, where she assisted with their public programs, tours, and history camp. Foley received a Master of Arts degree in History with a Graduate Certificate in Holocaust and Genocide Education from Rowan University, where she also earned a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre and History and a Certificate of Undergraduate Study in Public History. As part of her work, she works to improve diversity and inclusion within theatrical, educational and public history spaces.