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Digitizing The Museum & Library Experience

Accessibility and inclusion tactics to reach diverse audiences

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Aired in March

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From searchable online content to curator hosted webinars, we’re seeing what’s possible to create new touchpoints of engagement. However, cultural leaders must do more to ensure they’re providing accessible and inclusive experiences to audiences who engage with them online. Get inspired as we share the creative work being done at the Phillips Collection and other institutions.

Meet Our Speakers

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Darci Vanderhoff

Chief Information Officer, The Phillips Collection

Vanderhoff has served in various roles at The Phillips Collection in Washington, D.C. and is committed to making its exhibits inclusive and accessible to diverse audience members and visitors.

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Heather York

VP Marketing, VITAC

York is a marketing executive with 25 years of experience in the accessible media. She’s passionate about captioning and making content accessible to all, with experience serving libraries and major media networks alike on their accessibility journeys.


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John Suau

Director, Cultural Sector Strategic Sales, Verbit & AutomaticSync (AST)

Suau is helping museums and libraries meet the need for accessibility in the digital age to engage diverse consumers effectively. He previously served as the Executive Director of the DC History Center and has been a leader for technology and DEIA initiatives in the cultural sector at the American Alliance of Museums and the Mid-Atlantic Association of Museums.

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Jenna Winterle Kehres

Museum Programs Manager, National Constitution Center

Kehres currently manages all museum programs at the National Constitution Center and previously served as its Director of Learning & Engagement.