Kate Haley Goldman is a museum planner, strategist, and evaluator with more than 20 years experience. She works with a broad range of art museums, historical societies, large science centers, small nature centers, amateur clubs, organizations, web-based citizen science groups, and other like-minded institutions.
With experience in interpretive planning, prototyping, exhibition evaluation, projects, and complex content, she has deep expertise in the field of informal learning. She has directed projects both in the US and abroad, including visitor journeys, interpretive plans, exhibitions, websites and apps, gaming, novel data visualization systems, and digital storytelling.
Rosanna Flouty holds over 25 years of museum experience, including positions at The Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston and Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. She has completed year-long consulting projects for the BMW Guggenheim Lab, The Broad Museum in Los Angeles, Whitney Museum of American Art, and the American Museum of Natural History in New York.
Her current research interests lie at the intersection of technology, visitor engagement and education, with an emphasis on experimental museum practice.
Dr. Flouty also is Assistant Clinical Professor of Museum Studies at the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at New York University.
Lesley Henry Kadish is a museum professional and qualitative researcher. She has a Masters of Arts in Anthropology, with a focus on Geographic Information Systems. Her work is grounded in digital curation, accessibility, and cultural heritage.
Lesley has taught with Georgetown University's Center for New Designs in Learning and Scholarship, and has developed new programs for adults with dementia and their care partners at the Smithsonian Accessibility Office. Lesley's ongoing accessibility work focuses on multi-sensory learning; she collaborates with individuals who are blind, and trains museum staff to help visitors learn with their whole bodies.
In the past, Lesley curated digital map collections at the Minnesota Historical Society, designed Finland's first open source, citizen-history mapping interface, and excavated archaeological sites in Ukraine, Arizona, and Texas.