DETROIT (CelebrityAccess) The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame has appointed Nwaka Onwusa director of curatorial affairs, according to Billboard.
Onwusa was most recently the curator of the Grammy Museum and will reportedly being her new job Jan. 14.
“When this new position became open, Nwaka was one of the first people we thought of,” Rock & Roll Hall of Fame president/CEO Greg Harris told Billboard. “Our team had been aware of her work and admired what she’d done at the Grammy Museum. Between her background and experience, we are excited about what she’ll contribute to our team and our future.”
At the Grammy Museum, Onwusa researched, developed and curated more than 20 exhibits.
“I’m thrilled to be a part of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame family,” Onwusa said. “To be a part of a legacy and a mission to preserve and celebrate the landscape of American music, specifically the impact that rock and roll has had on this country and the world, was a challenge I couldn’t pass up.”