After announcing her retirement as President of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Emily Rafferty sat down with the Wall Street Journal for an interview in which she discusses her time at the Met and her future plans. Although Rafferty maintains her decision to retire as President is the right one for both herself and the Met, she also discusses the possibility of a future position in the public eye, saying in the interview “I came to the decision after a lot of thought. I’d like to have another experience in the public sector; I don’t know what it will be yet. My time clock gave me every possible signal”.
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