From 2010 to 2017, I worked at Memphis Brooks Museum of Art. Initially, I worked as Public Relations and Public Programs Manager, managing, strategizing and implementing two key engagement platforms: audience experience, and all facets of public relations and social media. I ran the museum's film program and most adult programming. 

In 2015, I was promoted to the position of Associate Curator of Film and Public Engagement. I led Brooks Outside, a new outdoor exhibition initiative, establishing a new model for public engagement that reflected and built on the museum's unique identity as the oldest and only encyclopedic art museum in the Mid-South. I conceived and executed experimental community engagement programming, and curated a robust film program that offered 100+ screenings per year.