Heather Seferovich is curator at the Education in Zion Gallery. There Seferovich has worked on a dozen temporary exhibitions that have come and gone, and in 2019, she opened a new permanent exhibition titled Education for Eternity, projected to have a ten-year lifespan. She was hired in 1996 at the Museum of Peoples and Cultures to work on The Story of Masada and The Dead Sea Scrolls, displayed at the Museum of Art. In 1999, she became a book editor at BYU Studies, where she published nearly a hundred books for her authors through BYU Press, BYU Studies, Deseret Book, University of Utah Press, and Church Historians’ Press; she also worked on the central staff of the Joseph Smith Papers Project from 2000 to 2007 and created the early, seventy-page style guide for the project.