ALUMNI > Ennis Barbery Smith (ANT) – Heritage Preservation & Tourism


Ennis Barbery Smith (BA Anthropology, 2011) is working as an administrator with Maryland Heritage Areas Program to promote economic development through heritage tourism.  Smith helps museums, parks, and other cultural institutions in Maryland get funding for their heritage tourism projects. As an applied cultural anthropologist, she has longstanding interests in heritage tourism, indigenous cultural landscapes, museums, and program evaluation. Previously, she has served as Assistant Director of the Greenbelt Museum (Maryland) between August 2016 and July 2017.  She also served as Executive Director at the Museum of Chincoteague Island (Virginia) for the two years prior.  Learn more or catch up with Smith via her LinkedIn page.