Jenny-Sayre Ramberg is the Director of Planning and Design, Exhibits/Design, at the National Aquarium, Baltimore. She leads planning teams for new projects, recently opening The Living Seashore, a gallery featuring an interactive exploration of the mid-Atlantic seashore, and is now working on the upcoming evolution of the exterior campus into a Model Urban Waterfront. She has previously created new exhibitions at the Monterey Bay Aquarium in California, and at The Franklin Institute in Philadelphia. Her projects span a range of topics from history, health, and science to natural history, engaging children with nature, and environmental issues. Ramberg's work includes a Benjamin Franklin National Monument exhibit and an award-winning family exhibit about ocean homes, Splash Zone, as well as numerous conservation exhibits, including two on climate change. She serves on the American Alliance of Museums National Program Committee and the Board of the National Association of Museum Exhibition. In 2015, she served as a panelist in Exhibitions & Public Interpretation.