Chuck Agro has been the project manager for multiple museums, corporate and private collection relocations and is currently the packing and art services manager for the Metropolitan Museum of Art and has held this position since 2007. He is responsible for the Museum's packing room and crate shop as well as Project Management for art movement and storage. He is responsible for all art project related quotes and project supervision and manages all internal and contractor bids including: quote guidelines, on-site and off-site project management and vendor relations He is responsible for vetting and managing all existing and potential off-site storage facilities. Chuck has served in Art Management positions for Marian Goodman Gallery and Ronald Feldman Gallery and has been the New York Special Projects and General Manager for Fine Arts Express, a national art services/transportation company. Chuck has held positions as the Director of The University of Buffalo's Bethune Gallery and the Preparator for HALLWALLS an artist run alternative gallery. Chuck is also an exhibiting artist and curator and has a BFA and an MFA in painting. As an Instructor for NYU's School of Professional Studies Chuck teaches "Object Care and Display for Collections Managers". In 2014 he received an NYU Teaching Excellence Award for this class.