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The Full Story

Yadin works with businesses that serve the art and heritage preservation communities to improve their audience reach and build sustainable growth. She offers a unique perspective after over two decades as an art conservator followed by another decade in the business sector. She thrives on building relationships through various outreach initiatives, including bridging communications between end-users and product developers. A large part of her work is also dedicated to cultivating trust through resonant marketing.

Her adventures started as a fifth generation tapestry weaver with ancestral roots in Aubusson, France. She received a BA in Art History with highest honors from the University of California at Berkeley and an MS from the Winterthur/University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation, specializing in textile conservation and a minor in preventive conservation. She ran a private practice in textile conservation in Los Angeles, California, for 10 years where she conducted treatments and advised both private collectors and institutions on textile collections care. As a Professional Associate of the American Institute for Conservation (AIC), she followed their Code of Ethics and Guidelines for Practice.  Her work in outreach while on the boards of the North American Textile Conservation Conference and the Western Association of Art Conservation led her to consulting and later working full time at Tru Vue, Inc., a manufacturer of glass and acrylic glazing specifically designed for fine art framing and display case fabrication. She later helped develop initiatives at the start up Conserv, an environmental monitoring platform dedicated to heritage preservation. Her latest project involved advising SmallCorp, a leader in fabricating high quality archival exhibit cases and other preservation products, on content for their new website. 

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