Senior Vice President of Exhibits and Education and Staff Historian at the Levine Museum of the New South
Dr. Brenda Tindal graduated from UNC Charlotte and the University Honors Program in 2004 with a B.A. in History and a B.A. in Africana Studies. She then went on to pursue her master's degree in American Studies and her Ph.D. in History and Culture from Emory University. Dr. Tindal is now the Senior Vice President of Exhibits and Education and the Staff Historian at the Levine Museum of the New South. As one of the preeminent historians in the Charlotte region, she works to plan and curate exhibits at the museum that place Charlotte and the region in historical context. She is also responsible for developing educational programs and developing community relationships.
Even after her graduation, Dr. Tindal has maintained a close relationship with UNC Charlotte and UHP. Prior to beginning at the Levine Museum, Dr. Tindal worked as the Faculty and Curriculum Development Coordinator in the Honors College and as a visiting lecturer in the Department of History at UNC Charlotte. Dr. Tindal currently serves on the Advisory Board for the Honors College and on the Advisory Council for the UNC Charlotte Women + Girls