CLIFF LAUBE ex-officio
Public Programs and Communications Manager
Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum
Cliff Laube is public programs and communications manager at the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum – a part of the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) – in Hyde Park, New York. A 23-year employee of the United States federal government, he is a dedicated manager and supervisor with diverse experience in the fields of public programming, public affairs and heritage tourism. He studied historic preservation and architectural design at Roger Williams University in Bristol, Rhode Island, and has worked for the Historic American Building Survey (HABS) and the National Park Service (NPS).
Cliff is most proud of his work promoting and developing programs for the presidential libraries-wide conference THE PRESIDENCY AND SUPREME COURT hosted at the Roosevelt Library (2007), and the Library’s groundbreaking exhibition on Japanese American Internment, IMAGES OF INTERNMENT (2017). He has received two NARA Archivist’s Awards for Achievement in public programs planning and website development.
Cliff also manages visitor services operations and the rental of conference facilities at the Roosevelt Library’s Henry A. Wallace Visitor and Education Center. He has managed volunteer programs at both Weir Farm National Historic Site in Wilton, CT (NPS) and at the Roosevelt Library. He sits on two Library committees, including the social media committee (founding member) and workplace culture committee (chair), and has helped develop and implement strategies to grow and maintain visitation to Dutchess County, New York historic sites as a board member of Dutchess Tourism, Inc.