Originally from Philadelphia, Maureen is a senior at American University studying Women’s Gender & Sexuality Studies with a second major in the interdisciplinary study of Communications, Law, Economics & Government. Currently, she is the Outreach & Development Intern for Meridian Hill Pictures, a local DC documentary production company that produces community centered films. She formerly served as a Public Programs Intern for the National Museum of Women in the Arts, where she worked on the 2017-2018 Fresh Talk season of the Woman, Arts & Social Change Program and assisted with engagement and documentation of artist Mónica Mayer’s exhibition of El Tendedero/The Clothesline Project, an interactive installation on gender-based violence. She dreams of working in arts and social justice - in a museum, gallery, or nonprofit. She loves being an earth sign, painting when she finds the time and going to museums in DC.