Kreg Ettenger, Ph.D.
Director, Maine Folklife Center
Kreg Ettenger is a cultural anthropologist with interests in heritage documentation, cultural tourism, ethnographic research methods, and northern peoples. He was previously Associate Professor of Anthropology and founding Chair of the Program in Tourism and Hospitality at the University of Southern Maine. In addition to being Director of the Folklife Center, he is Coordinator of the Maine Studies Program and an Associate Professor in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Maine. His Ph.D. in Anthropology is from Syracuse University.
Katrina Wynn, M.A.
Archivist and Humanities Professional
Katrina is a native New Englander (Vermont) with an MA in Folk Studies from Western Kentucky University. She has worked at Traditional Arts in Upstate New York (TAUNY), the Vermont Folklife Center, and the Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage. She oversees the curation of the MFC’s digital collection and the archive’s recent move to Special Collections at the Fogler Library. She also aids patron requests and brings her public folklore expertise to help MFC and University of Maine Humanities Center fulfill their missions.