Natalie Singer, Executive Director

We are excited to welcome Natalie Singer as the new Executive Director of the Reitz Home Museum.  Natalie, an accomplished leader with over a decade of experience in nonprofit management and fundraising, will oversee all aspects of the museum’s operations, including strategic planning, fundraising, and community outreach. 

As the new Executive Director of the Reitz Home Museum, Natalie is committed to preserving the rich history of Evansville and engaging the community in the museum’s mission. She looks forward to working with the Board of Trustees, staff, volunteers, and supporters to ensure the continued success and sustainability of this cultural landmark. 

Joseph Lutz, Curator

The Reitz Home Museum is thrilled to announce the hiring of Joseph Lutz as its new Museum Curator. With nearly a decade of experience in community, organizational, and museum development, Joseph will use this experience to oversee the museum’s collection, develop exhibitions, and help further the museum’s mission. 

Prior to rejoining the Reitz Home Museum, Joseph served with Peace Corps Response as a Concept Development & Museology Advisor to the Jewish History Museum of Moldova. While there, Joseph collaboratively developed exhibitions, discovered and researched new source materials in multiple languages, and developed an overall modern, innovative concept and strategic plan for the museum. 

Joseph, an Evansville area native, holds a bachelor’s degree from Purdue University and has received an executive certificate in Tourism & Hospitality Management from FAU. Joseph is excited to be back at the Reitz Home Museum and in the Evansville community.  

As the new Museum Curator, he looks forward to working with the Executive Director, colleagues, and supporters to further the success of the museum. Joseph returned to the Reitz Home Museum on June 17th