Kirstin Ohrt draws on a diverse background to showcase the work of the art & archaeology department. Since 2019, Ohrt has been cataloging the coins excavated during Princeton’s 1930s Antioch expedition and presented research on the history of the expedition at the 2022 International Numismatic Congress. Previously, she oversaw communications for a wine importer in New York for over a decade. Her interests in history and culture have long fed her sense of adventure. She has worked as a copy editor in Budapest, archivist in Göttingen, Germany, art consultant in Los Angeles, and as cruise director on China's Yangtze River. She holds a B.A. in history and German from UC Santa Barbara as well as the Diploma in Wine and Spirits from the Wine and Spirit Education Trust.
Ohrt enjoys photography, gardening, and exploring. Her love of nature and belief in its strong benefits, especially for children, inspired her to create the local trail guide footpathing.com.