Project Manager for Jackson Hole Public Art
While serving in the William J. Clinton Fellowship for Service to India (2016-2017), I saw how art and design were remarkable tools for engaging and communicating with people on a grassroots level. Using symbols and artistic expression cut through language barriers and fostered equitable channels where projects could evolve with people and from their input. I moved back to Jackson Hole, my birthplace, to practice and develop a deeper understanding for how arts and design can bridge gaps and activate people to advocate for their needs. At Jackson Hole Public Art, I manage temporary and permanent installations, provide youth activities, and coordinate with Town, County, business, and nonprofits to advocate for public art work in their projects.