Head Educator Rosalie Wilbur has been with the History Program since 2016. Rosalie was initially drawn to King’s Chapel because of interest in church architecture and urban parish development. Bachelor’s degrees in Archaeology and Architectural History from Boston University led her to England where she earned a Master’s in Medieval Archaeology, with a Buildings Archaeology focus, from the University of York. In her time at King’s Chapel, Rosalie has had the opportunity to share her love of historic buildings and the power of place with visitors, introducing them to the built environment of the 18th Century through architecture tours and preservation lectures. When not discussing the intricacies of Georgian style, Rosalie is an avid sports fan with a love of soccer and her hometown teams. Ringing the 1816 Revere bell for championship parades down Tremont Street is her favorite King’s Chapel perk!