As the Manager of Museum Education and Programs at Brown University’s Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology, I create opportunities for the public to connect with archaeological and ethnographic objects from around the world. At my best, I develop and implement programming that:
· inspires critical thinking and introspection.
Working at the intersection of cultural heritage, informal education, and public humanities, I’m passionate about archaeology as pop culture and politics, the colonial legacy of anthropology museums, and the social justice potential of heritage education.
When I’m not visiting museums, you can find me playing board games, keeping up with an endless queue of podcasts, and day tripping around New England.