Paloma Añoveros is an Arts Management consultant specializing in strategic planning and management in Museum Collections and Exhibitions at the national and international levels, in both non-profit and for-profit environments. She has been associated with USF's Art + Architecture Department as guest lecturer since 2009 and as an adjunct professor since 2012. Paloma led the Collections Specialty in the Museum Studies program at JFK University from 2002–09. She is also a specialist in the preservation of cultural patrimony in Latin America and lectures publicly on this subject. Paloma holds a BA in Art History from Universidad Complutense, Spain, a graduate degree in Conservation from Escuela Superior de conservación y restauración de bienes culturales, Madrid, Spain, an MA in Museum Studies from JFK University, and has completed post-graduate work at the Strauss Center for Conservation, Harvard University.
- Advanced Study in Conservation, Straus Center for Conservation and Technical Studies, Harvard University
- MA, Museum Studies, JFK University
- Art Conservation Superior Degree, Escuela Superior de Conservación, Madrid, Spain
- BA, Art History, Universidad Complutense, Spain