Jocelyn Chan – Conservator
Jocelyn Chan received her Master of Science in Historic Preservation with an emphasis in architectural conservation from the University of Pennsylvania and holds a B.A. in Chemistry and Art History from Tufts University. Her prior experience includes conservation technician positions at the Gordion Archaeological Project in Turkey, ARG Conservation Services, the Asian Art Museum, Stanford University’s Cantor Arts Center, and the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. Scientific work experience includes a laboratory teaching assistantship for the Tufts Chemistry Department in addition to internship positions at the UCSF Clinical Cytogenetics Laboratory and Mendel Biotechnology Inc. Jocelyn’s graduate thesis research analyzed the painted façade finishes of a National Park Service owned Spanish-Colonial mission, the Mission San José de Tumacácori in Arizona. She was the recipient of the Elizabeth Greene-Wiley Award for Outstanding Promise in 2015, Charles E. Peterson Award in 2014, and was co-president of Penn DiverseDesign.