Communications Fellow

Alyssa is a first-year graduate student at the Center for Public Humanities and Cultural Heritage. Prior to attending Brown, she earned her bachelor’s degree in Art History with a minor in Managing for Social Impact and the Public Good at Boston College. While working at multiple art museums, she became passionate about education, accessibility, and public programming in cultural institutions and organizations. At Brown, she hopes to explore this passion further by discovering new ideas on how to connect the public to art, heritage, and history in a way that uplifts communities and empowers future generations. In her free time, she can be found watching old movies and trying desperately to become a better cook.