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Sophie Lo

Deputy Director

Museum at Eldridge Street

Region: New York City

Sophie brings over a decade of experience working between the intersections of arts and culture and education. Prior experiences include overseeing public programs and events at The Institute of Fine Arts at NYU and managing public programs and communications at the Museum of Chinese in America. She has freelanced for Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI), consulted on diversity initiatives for young adult novels and children’s education materials at Scholastic Inc., and freelanced for Social Distance Powwow, a community space that grew out of COVID-19 to create a platform for cultural preservation and cultural knowledge through indigenous songs, dance, and art. Sophie was an Art Commissioner for Queens Council on the Arts from 2021-2022 and was among 16 participants selected for New York Foundation for the Arts Incubator for Executive Leaders of Color Program, an initiative aimed to foster equitability and diversity in the arts industry. She earned her B.A. in Culture and Media Studies from The New School, her M.S. in Human Capital Management and Organizational Effectiveness from NYU, and received a certificate for Managing Diversity and Inclusion in the workplace from Cornell University.

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