Social justice in museums thrives in a climate of openness, warmth, and welcoming, when audiences are invited to address difficult topics of privilege, equity, oppression, and hope for the future.

My social justice practice uplifts creativity and critical thinking within marginalized communities. Utilizing the power of participatory programs as guided experiences, engaged communities transform the museum into a vehicle for change.

I believe that social justice in museums happens at the intersection of curated (i.e. thoughtful, intentional, & empathetic) creative programming and the collaboration of community allies.