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Thursday, November 12 • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
DEAI Listening Group

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Practices centering diversity, equity, accessibility, and inclusion (DEAI) are critical to the field of museum of technology. What are some ways we can better incorporate and promote DEAI both in the MCN community and throughout the #MuseTech sector at large? Join DEAI Advisory Board Members Scarlett Hu and Rumana Chaudhuri for a session that centers MCN community members as they voice their ideas and share examples of how they've created more inclusive spaces at their organizations and beyond.

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Yvonne Lee

Head of Collection Information and Digital Assets, LACMA
Head of Collection Information and Digital Assets at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art
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Andrea Montiel de Shuman

Digital Experience Designer, Independent
Independent Digital Experience Designer & Cultural Advocate
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Scarlett Hu

Assistant Director, Digital Workspace, J. Paul Getty Trust
Scarlett Hu (she/her) has worked both on the vendor’s and the in-house sides of the Information Technology (IT) industry in her 30 years of career in the business.  Her experiences range from consulting, support management, to IT directorship.  Currently Assistant Director of... Read More →
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Rumana Chaudhuri

Volunteer, National Museum of the American Indian
Rumana Chaudhuri has worked at the Smithsonian Institution in a range of capacities for 20 years. Currently, she is at the National Museum of the American Indian, focusing on cultural competency training, visitor experience, and volunteer strategic engagement. She is committed to... Read More →

Thursday November 12, 2020 3:00pm - 4:00pm EST
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