is an evaluation specialist passionate about the power of data and human-centered design to inform and improve experiences for all. Since 2008, she has developed exhibitions and educational products for leading design firms and cultural organizations, from the Smithsonian Institution to the Peabody Essex Museum. Bridget loves collaborating with creative teams AND the people they are designing for. By embedding evaluative and reflective thinking into every phase of design, she helps teams use data to create memorable and meaningful visitor experiences.
She excels at actively listening to users and key stakeholders, translating complex content and datasets into digestible formats, and building evaluation capacity on teams and across institutions. She holds a B.A. in Anthropology from McGill University and an M.A. in Museum Studies from George Washington University.