Reading all the great responses, I feel like fessing up a little more history than "retired museum director." Started Automotive Technology college curriculum in 1968. 1969 I switched schools and into Liberal Arts English. Hair starting to grow.
1971, dropped out, hooked up with a Trans-Am racing team and opened my own restoration shop, doing mostly Ferraris and Rolls. Fast forward, 1977, I'm fishing more than working...decide to go back to school. Get AAS, BS and Grad Degrees in Wildlife Ecology.
Never used any of the degrees. Hooked right up as regional director for National Wild Turkey Federation. Stayed about 10 years, ending up as national director of development.
Resigned to become exec. director of American Museum of Fly Fishing. Lasted almost 7 years, longest serving e.d. they've had. Resigned to become a cabinetmaker/carpenter. Much more satisfying than dealing with rich white men all day.
That's about it.
Oh, I got my first social security check last week.