Laura Gaylord Resch is a member of the Materials Working Group's Materials Testing and Standards subcommittee.
Laura is an Associate Member of the American Institute for Conservation. She has worked as Environmental Technician in the conservation department at the Cleveland Museum of Art since 2016, covering preventive conservation responsibilities such as environmental monitoring, display case buffering, accelerated corrosion testing, pest management, and visitor touch mitigation initiatives. Prior to moving to Cleveland, she worked in the collections department at Tudor Place Historic House and Garden in Washington, D.C., and for preventive conservation consultant Wendy Jessup and Associates, Inc. in Arlington, Virginia. She received a B.A. in Art Conservation: Collections Care and Art History from the University of Delaware. Laura is a also a member of the editorial committee for FAIC’s Storage Techniques for Art, Science, and History collections website.