Can you imagine a better way to invest your time than by surrounding yourself with the most inspirational women in history? Every moment you spend inside the National First Ladies Library & Museum will fill your soul with inspiration, and that energy will invigorate every touchpoint you have with our staff and guests. How will your talents further our mission? That's a story just waiting to be written. 

National First Ladies Museum Volunteers


Volunteerism is a cause that's been championed by many First Ladies, and you have a wonderful opportunity to step into their legacy. Are you a storyteller who would flourish leading tours or a planner who would love bringing events to life? Do you have the acumen to excel at administrative tasks or the cordiality to assist in our gift shop? There's a place for you here as a museum volunteer.


Plan, host, or work at Third Thursdays, galas, and receptions. 


Serve as a tour guide, docent, or youth educator. 


Assist with clerical functions.


Support our guests in taking a piece of history home.


Step into your legacy and write your own story at the National First Ladies Library & Museum. To take advantage of any of the above opportunities — or if you have a creative idea that utilizes a specialized skill — start a conversation with our Director of Education, Stephanie Bohnak. Call 440-717-3750 or email. We look forward to making history together.



Our museum volunteers exhibit style and grace every day. So many people selflessly contribute to our mission and inspire us with their dedication, and we're extending special thanks to a few of them below.


Lucinda Frailly


Shortly after retiring from a long career as a high school teacher in May 2001, Mary Regula brought Lucinda on board as the Education Director and Special Events Coordinator for the National First Ladies Library & Museum. Frailly was hooked from the start, feeling honored to educate the public about the First Ladies of our country. Nearly 20 years later, she retired from her dream job but didn't want to step away completely. When the team t National First Ladies invited her to join the scholarship committee, she eagerly accepted. Lucinda believes that continuing education after high school is crucial, and the Mary Regula scholarship helps make it more affordable, encouraging students to pursue further education. Through the application process, students also get the chance to learn about the First Ladies and their contributions to our nation's history. As a volunteer, she continues to support the organization she believes in so passionately!

Catherine Csanyi

Catherine Csanyi


Catherine generously volunteers her time at the National First Ladies' Library and Museum, particularly with the educational programs. Her dedication and passion shine through as she helps develop and support various initiatives that educate the public about the remarkable contributions of America's First Ladies. In addition to her work with educational programs, Catherine also serves on the Scholarship Committee, playing a crucial role in helping students pursue further education. Her commitment to education and her enthusiasm for history make her an invaluable member of the team, continuously enriching the museum's offerings and enhancing the experience for visitors of all ages.

The Nicolettis

Anna & Caterina Nicoletti


Anna and Caterina Nicoletti, a dynamic mother-daughter duo, bring their passion for history and community service to the National First Ladies Museum. Anna manages her husband’s veterinary clinic, ensuring its smooth operation, while Caterina, a recent Communications graduate from Grove City College, leverages her skills to enhance their volunteer efforts.

Since joining the National First Ladies Museum a year ago, Anna and Caterina have been dedicated volunteers, especially at the museum's Third Thursday events. Anna believes that understanding history is crucial for shaping a better future, a sentiment that she and Caterina share wholeheartedly. Together, they take great pleasure in helping to share our nation's history with others, enriching the community through their commitment and enthusiasm.


If you would like to support our mission with more than your time, explore all of the benefits your donation can offer. David Lee, Director of Development, would be happy to speak with you about the extraordinary impact your donation can make. Call 440-717-3758 or email

Leaders in Literacy

4/30/2024 through 4/30/2025

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First Ladies as Teachers, Educators, and Librarians.

The right to an education is a foundational principle of America’s history, and many First Ladies have taken up this cause. We celebrate National First Ladies Day by kicking off this featured exhibit, presented by Huntington Bank.