Sericia Cole has quietly and quickly transformed the Mosaic Templars Cultural Center. She was named interim director in July 2012 and permanently took the post in November of that year. Since then, she has expanded programming and outreach efforts of the museum.
Under her leadership, Mosaic Templars has started lunchtime lecture series and has expanded its exhibition schedule. She has also worked to ensure that special events take place year-round at the museum. In addition to exhibits on a variety of aspects of African American history in Arkansas, the museum is the permanent home of the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame.
A Little Rock native and UALR graduate, she has previously worked for Governor Mike Beebe, Philander Smith College, Wildwood Park for the Arts, and KATV.