Leilani Lewis is an arts administrator who is passionate about visual arts, community and social justice, and specializes in bridging communities and sparking conversations on the arts and social impact. She has curated art shows at galleries such as the Ethnic Heritage Gallery, Columbia City Gallery, and Lucid Gallery. She is an avid arts programmer who specializes in creating experiences that foster connections and promote social change. She is one of the founding staff members of the Northwest African American Museum, where she led NAAM’s high impact programs and communications initiatives. She hold degrees in Art History (BA) and Nonprofit Leadership (MA) from Seattle University.
Artist Support Program 2016 (with Chieko Phillips): Produce an installment of a five episode radio series featuring stories and interviews from black voices.