I’m passionate about museums and heritage sites, especially art museums, historic architecture, and protected lands. My professional background is a mix of interpretive planning, exhibition development, and project fundraising. I have a penchant for working with artists, which has driven a number projects I’m especially proud of. I was born and raised in central Arizona, grew up for real in Chicago, and currently reside with my husband and our poorly behaved cat in New York City.
I got my start as an Exhibitions Manager at Sullivan Galleries, the 10,000 square foot public “teaching gallery” of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, working on logistics, production, and installation. From 2015-2017, I was Director of Exhibitions at the International Museum of Surgical Science, where I wore a lot of hats you can read about here. I currently work on the Institutional Giving team at the Jewish Museum on New York’s Upper East Side, where I fundraise for exhibitions and special projects. Ask me about our current/upcoming shows!
I graduated with my BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2013, and I’ve been working hard to create meaningful interactions between people and cultural heritage ever since.
All writing on this website is my own, unless otherwise noted.