The Leather Archives & Museum welcomes Christina Court and Bob Miller to its Board of Directors
On December 14, 2014 the Voting Membership of the Leather Archives & Museum ratified the election of Christina Court and Bob Miller to the Board of Directors.
Christina Court holds a MA in English and Comparative Literature and works as a Business Manager for a large private higher education institution. Her service work centers around being a producer, director, filmmaker, writer and editor for various documentaries on aspects of the Leather community including the LA&M Leather Preservation Project, the "Fireside Chat" interview series and the feature length "High Shine: 15 Years of International Ms Bootblackâ€ documentary. She brings crowd-funding and years of working with multiple leather and fetish organizations to the Leather Archives & Museum.
Robert (Bob) Miller has worked as an attorney and political organizer. He has supported the Leather Archives & Museum and dozens of community organizations through his leadership of the CLAW organization. He is also the founder of the Leather Hall of Fame awards. He brings legal, community organizing and fundraising expertise to the Leather Archives & Museum