Karen Evans - Revised

Karen Evans is the Office Manager for Victory Partners. With years of successful accomplishment for high-level and dynamic executives and entrepreneurs, Karen Evans has served as former Director of Administration for the nationally recognized and honored Monuments Men Foundation for the Preservation of Art.  In its first year of existence, the foundation was awarded the National Humanities Medal presented by President George W. Bush.

In handling special projects relevant to foundation activities, Ms. Evans directed Washington, D.C. events and secured and managed a U.S. Ambassador’s London reception honoring a British WWII Monuments Woman.  Following discussions with National Gallery of Art officials and family members of a WWII Monuments Man, she was able to achieve timely access to unreleased historical papers.  Ms. Evans additionally oversaw worldwide photo research and clearance for Beyond the Dreams of Avarice: The Hermann Goering Collection by Nancy Yeide, Head of Curatorial Records at the National Gallery of Art.  ­­­

Previously appointed as Project Coordinator for Robert Edsel’s highly regarded publishing and documentary projects, Rescuing Davinci and The Rape of Europa, Karen Evans directed world-wide photo research and national museum screenings.  She subsequently Co-Chaired a successful effort toward joint Congressional Resolutions honoring the Monuments Men of WWII and secured key Senate sponsorship.

Personal endeavors have involved independent and self-funded bipartisan political research published by The Wall Street Journal, Boston Globe, Money Magazine, Worth Magazine, Sarah McClendon Washington News Service, United We Stand America, Texas Business and Texas Watch.  The past several years, as an Advocate for Honoring Military Service, Ms. Evans has additionally petitioned Congressional members, veterans groups and advocates, as well as the media, in effort toward successful passage of Congressional Gold for WWII Doolittle Tokyo Raiders in 2014.

Karen Evans holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Texas at Austin.

Bachelors of Science, University of Texas at Austin