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I am a curator, educator and art critic based in Philadelphia, where I work as Director of Humanities at Thomas Jefferson University. At Jefferson, I collaborate with an amazing team, colleagues and students to infuse the arts and humanities into health professions education. This effort takes shape across an academic program of humanities selective courses and a research concentration for medical students; co-curricular programming for students across professions including nursing and public health; and public programming. Our work is often carried out in partnership with local arts organizations.

Previously, I was Curator and Art in Health Program Director at the University of South Florida Contemporary Art Museum, where I organized exhibitions and interdisciplinary educational programs including a series of observation training workshops for health professions students. As Visual Art Critic for the alternative newsweekly Creative Loafing, I wrote more than 250 exhibition reviews and feature stories over a decade and have been a regular contributor to other publications. I am a former co-host and freelance producer for WEDU Arts Plus, a public television program produced by Florida PBS affiliate WEDU.

I hold a BA in Studio Art from Williams College, an MA in Media Studies from the New School and an MA in Art History from the University of South Florida. I am currently a PhD student in Art History at Tyler School of Art & Architecture at Temple University.

For a list of my academic publications, go here.