Hallie Winter (Osage) has been working in the Museum field since 2006. She obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Art History and Museum Studies at The State University of New York College at Buffalo. She was the previous Program Coordinator for The Art of Collaboration, a comprehensive back office administrative collaboration widely considered to be the first of its kind in the nation. Included in this collaboration are CEPA Gallery, Big Orbit Gallery, and Just Buffalo Literary Center in Buffalo, NY. Ms. Winter has previously worked at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery (Buffalo, NY). She was also a docent for the Burchfield Penney Art Center (Buffalo, NY). Ms. Winter has completed internships with CEPA Gallery, the Buffalo Science Museum, Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society, and the Steel Plant Museum. Ms. Winter strives to make the Osage Nation Museum the premier destination to view and experience Osage art, history and culture.
Guest Services Representative
Pauline Allred (Osage/ Ponca) has been working for the Osage Nation Museum for the past fifteen years and at the Title VI for thirteen years prior. Ms. Allred owned a ceramic store for twenty years and was a teacher for Pawhuska High School in the fine arts department for seven years. She also served on the Indian Camp School board for three years. Ms. Allred is a proud mother of four, and her parents were Jess Jones and Anna B. Gray. Ms. Allred is an accomplished finger weaver, roach maker, and seamstress of Native American clothes. She looks forward to bringing years of experience and knowledge of Osage genealogy and family relations to the public and those who have lost ties to their ancestry.
Kimberly McCauley (Cherokee) has been working with the Osage Nation since January of 2015. In 2013, Kimberly completed six years in the United States Air Force as a Technical Control, Cyber Transport and Infrastructure Specialist. In that time, Kimberly has obtained an Associates of Science degree in Business Administration, an Associate of Applied Science degree in Electronic Systems Technology and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Administrative Leadership from the University of Oklahoma. As a non-starving artist in acrylic, oil, sketch, sculpting and written work, Kimberly is also a mother of two who is a passionate advocate for sustainability and preservation ranging from agriculture, permaculture, to vital cultural collections for past, present and future generations.
Dawn Rewolinski has been working in the museum field for over five years. She obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in anthropology from Portland State University and her Master’s in museum studies from New York University. She previously completed a Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act grant at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science to repatriate sacred objects and objects of cultural patrimony. Prior to this, Dawn interned at the Field Museum of Natural History and the Smithsonian Center for Folk Life and Cultural Heritage. Ms. Rewolinski aims to discover further Osage cultural and historical information through the organization, research, and documentation of the Museum’s collection.