Trevor Tyrrell joined the Guggenheim Museum as a Visitor Assistant in 2000 during the Nam June Paik exhibition. He has enjoyed a variety of roles within the Visitor Experience department, focusing on strategy and operations, as well as audience engagement.
In his current role of Senior Director, Museum Operations, Trevor oversees all frontline operations of the museum, including Facilities, Security, Visitor Experience, Box Office, Group Sales and the Theater.
He also serves as a co-chair on the museum’s sustainability committee, and he led the organization’s reopening effort following the COVID-19 shutdown in 2020. Trevor holds a BFA in Linguistics from Boston University, which he earned with honors in 1999.
Speaking at Green Museums Summit 2023:
Learnings from an Exhibition Carbon Study
Understanding the impacts from the design and creation of exhibitions is paramount to developing strategies for a more sustainable future for museums. Join the folks leading the Guggenheim’s sustainability strategy as we share what we’ve learned and how we will continue to uncover further opportunities for sustainable innovation.