Meet Our Cast

Justin Kent
Museum Director

I was born in Michigan, raised in Indiana, and I came to Savannah to escape the snow and cold. I’ve carved out a very happy life here with my wife and son. After working in the tourism industry for 7+ years, I finally found the perfect fit at the American Prohibition Museum. When I’m not at the museum or spending time with my family, I’m finding ways to perform in community theater!
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Juliana Sims
Assistant Museum Director

I grew up in Navarre, Florida and moved here from Florida with my boyfriend after graduating with my masters in Public History from the University of West Florida. I have a cat named Walter and love all things history.
lizzie clanton

Associate Director

I was born and raised in Savannah, GA. I have three degrees in English & Education and I taught in public schools for eight years prior to entering the tourism industry. I have three cats, all of which are named after Addams Family characters. In addition to cats, I also love books, cheese, dry, white wines, shopping, and spooky things. I originally was interested in applying to be a paranormal investigator with the Ghost Hunters of Savannah attraction because I love spooky things, but when offered the opportunity to be part of the team at the American Prohibition Museum, it all sounded so fun and I said, “Sure!”
Karissa Bar Manager
Bar Manager

I grew up in an immigrant household and am very, very close with my family! We celebrate many Polish and Irish traditions still. I have three siblings and we are all best friends. I mostly love baking, but I enjoy creativity of any kind. I do a lot of art, cooking, and traveling. It’s my goal to go to every national park in the U.S. and as many countries as possible! I moved here from Rhode Island and as a huge nerd/bartender, the American Prohibition Museum seemed like a great fit. I always love to learn so this has been so perfect! I’m excited for opportunities to keep growing here.
Travis Spangenburg
Creative and Production Manager

I’m a New Jersey native who’s been living in Savannah since coming down in 2010 for school and falling in love with the Hostess City. I live with my wonderful partner, Hannah, and our dog, a rambunctious and loveable goblin named Pippa. There are two places I’m always trying to get back to: the stage and out in nature. You can find me on various Savannah stages, specializing in Shakespeare but always down for any great story. If I can climb a mountain or splash around in a river or catch a sight of a cool bird, I’m a happy guy. Another big passion that’s fueled my career with Old Town Trolley is my love of travel. I’m always looking forward to the next big adventure with the best views, food, and people I can find. When guests come to Savannah looking for the same, I’m proud to be part of making that happen.
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Chandler Snell
Groups and Events Coordinator

I am originally from Snellville, GA. My wife and I married and moved to Savannah in 2019. We now have two pups and very much enjoy our life in Savannah. I love anything that allows me to spend time with my wife, Lindsey, and our dogs, Artie and Greta. I also enjoy screenwriting and filmmaking. I came to work here because I have a passion for history and the City of Savannah.
Disney Faircloth Sales Representative
Sales Representative

I’m from Miami, Florida. I was born and raised in Miami and moved to Savannah November 2012. I married my wonderful husband May 2021. I love watching true crime, Bob Ross & the Kardashians. I like to share my love of history with others.
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Manager on Duty/Collections

I’m kind of a big guy with a big bushy beard. At ten years old I left New York for Georgia with my family, where we’ve all been living ever since. Now, I’m happily married to a great wife and little cat. I like to spend my free time playing video games and working on my art. I wanted to work in the museum industry and the American Prohibition Museum provided a great opportunity.
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I am humble and grateful for being alive and well. I love people and stories. My mom is currently in Florida as is my sister. I’m looking forward to reuniting with them soon here in Savannah. I like reading and doing theatre. I’m Executive Artistic Director of PAC (Performing Arts Collective) Savannah. I’m looking forward to doing great things in the area. I was looking for 9-5 work and felt like the museum was a perfect fit for my training and I really wanted to do acting work. I’m glad to be here!
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Docent/Manager on Duty

I love all things art related. I’m an avid gamer and I love watching movies of all genres (horror and animation are my favorites.) I’m also a dog mom! I love sculpting, painting, drawing, and reading. I also like horror movies, playing video games, and working art. I came here because I love being able to provide information to the public in an “easygoing” environment.
Door Host/Bartender

I was born and raised in Caguas, Puerto Rico. I spent most of my days drawing, going to beaches, hangin’ with my friends and two cats. I worked as a caricaturist for weddings, birthday parties, exhibitions, and events. I decided to pursue art as a career with led me here to Savannah to study illustration at SCAD. I’m currently a senior graduating this summer. I love drawing and anything art related, the beach, running, a good book, watches, White Russians, rats, candy, cake, and anything that is sweet. I’ve always loved the downtown Savannah bar scene and luckily, my friend Bobby told me about a position available here so I took that opportunity.
bartender kienyn

I am married happily to my wife. We have a baby boy, Vincent. I also have two siblings, an older sister and a younger brother. I lived in California after high school and began my mixology career as a barista at Peet’s Coffee and Tea. I enjoy playing hockey, DND, and FPS video games. I love the outdoors, hiking, fishing, and hunting small & large game. I love trying new restaurants and bars. Hanging out with my son and watching him grow and learn is truly enjoyable and fulfilling. I came to the American Prohibition Museum because of the thought and quality of their business model. The benefits and structure of the day-to-day here was very friendly and inviting.
Docent/Manager on Duty

I come from a very tight knit family of varying interests and hobbies, but we are all travelers and explorers at heart. We are weird but, hey, being normal is boring. I’m deep into genealogy and family history obsession. Anytime I get free time, I’m either browsing, analyzing a document, or planning a research trip. I’ve always been a history geek so becoming interested in my own family history was inevitable. After a rough year, I was looking to return to the Savannah area. I happened to open a job portal on my phone and the docent position was the first listing. A few weeks later, I was looking for apartments!
emma fenton

I am from Bradenton, FL and moved to St. Augustine for college. I graduated from Flagler College in 2022 with a degree in Art History. I moved to Savannah for fun and new experiences! I love anything artistic. One of my favorite things to do is draw in Forsyth Park with my friends. I also love traveling and being outdoors or snuggling up with my cat. I love museums and the American Prohibition Museum seemed like a very fun place to work.
ryan wilkinson
Sales Representative

I was born and raised in Pensacola, FL. I finally decided to move from my hometown to Savannah in 2022 to be with my girlfriend. In my spare time, I play video games, watch Vikings football, and go out with friends. I go on many weekend trips with my girlfriend if we get off work together.
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I’ve grown up in Savannah nearly my whole life. Being raised by two Yankees in the South has been quite the experience and it has led me to be someone who desires connection to others, is hard-working, and a bit fiery. I enjoy photography, reading, and baking. I can often be found enjoying my hobbies alongside friends and family. My mother is a history teacher and growing up here, the city was my and my brother’s classroom. Old Town Trolley played a big part in my personal education and love for Savannah’s rich history.