When the National Museum of Language (NML) opened to the public in 2008, it was a one-of-its-kind museum—dedicated entirely to languages in all ways, shapes and forms. It featured numerous exhibits and created the world’s only International Flag of Language. Although the Museum is now entirely virtual (since 2012), it is very much alive and kicking, with an attractive webpage and an aggressive outreach program. Yet many have still not heard of it. Come and hear NML President Gregory J. Nedved introduce this Museum and it’s various wonders 🙂
Gregory J. Nedved has been the president of the National Museum of Language in College Park, MD since 2018. He has served at the Museum in numerous capacities since 2008. He has over 30 years of experience as a Mandarin Chinese instructor, translator and interpreter for the Department of Defense. He is the author of the 2016 book, Presidential Foreign Language Trivia.