Lila Elliott

Senior Manager, Education,
Client Success,
Higher Logic

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Lila joined the Higher Logic Client Success Team in 2009 and fondly remembers the startup days when the entire company could fit around one small conference table. She is responsible for managing client educational offerings including the Higher Logic Academy and helps curate content for the Higher Logic Super Forum sessions.

Lila Elliott has fourteen years of combined experience in the association, nonprofit and museum fields. At her current employer, Higher Logic Lila strives to provide excellent customer care and support and education to clients. Prior to she spent three years in the association arena as a Membership Manager for the Association of Children's Museums. She worked on member services, event planning education and professional development. She was responsible for generating income through membership renewals, new business and exhibit hall booth sponsorship sales.

Lila has also worked as a museum educator and program evaluator at The National Building Museum, The Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery and The Koshland Science Museum, The Science Factory in Eugene, OR. She was also a fellow at the Smithsonian National Sciences Resources Center and the National Academies.

She holds an MA in Museum Studies/Non-Profit Administration from The George Washington University (District of Columbia) and a BA in Biology from Oberlin College (Ohio).

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Job History

Higher Logic
Senior Manager Education
March 2016 - present

Higher Logic
Manager, Client Support
March 2011 - present

Higher Logic, LLC
Customer Success Advisor
October 2009 - March 2011

National Building Museum
Museum Teacher
August 2009 - January 2010

Association of Children's Museums
Program Manager, Membership
July 2008 - July 2009

Association of Children's Museums
Program Manager, Education & Diversity
August 2006 - July 2008

Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery
Contract Gallery Educator
July 2006 - February 2007

Smithsonian National Sciences Resources Center
September 2005 - June 2006

Marian Koshland Science Museum
Christine Mirzyan Science, Technology & Public Policy Fellow
June 2005 - August 2005


The George Washington University
District Of Columbia, United States
Museum Studies/Nonprofit Administration
2004 To 2006

Oberlin College
Ohio, United States
1998 To 2002