Martha Tuttle was a direct descendant of the Betts family. Her mother (Florence Stevenson McCrea Benedict), her grandmother (Adeline Betts McCrea), and her great-grandfather (Isaac Betts), were all born in the house at 416 Clark Street. Largely due to her strong interest in historic preservation, the Betts House remains a living artifact to Cincinnati's rich and varied history. To read more about this remarkable woman and her efforts to save the Betts House, click here.

House and Program Manager
Jennifer Jensen is the House Manager and Program Coordinator for The Betts House. Previously, Ms. Jensen was the Registrar at the Cincinnati Museum Center, the Curator and Collections Manager at the Boston Children’s Museum, Registrar at the New York Transit Museum and Assistant Curator of Decorative Arts at the New York Historical Society. Ms. Jensen has also held positions at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and the Captain Robert Bennet Forbes House in Milton, MA. Ms. Jensen has a Bachelor of Arts in Art History from Barnard College and has completed graduate work in Art History and museum studies at Boston University, and in interior design at Parsons, The New School for Design.

Museum Properties Chairman
Cynthia Cole

Carrie Van Derzee

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