College Art Association 2013 Conference, co-chaired CAA Museum Committee sponsored session titled, "The Position of Academic Programs in Campus Museums: What, Why, Who, and Where To?"
Juror, The 2012 Trawick Prize, Bethesda, MD
Peer Review Panelist, IMLS, Museums for America-Engaging Communities, 2012
Co-juor, FEED: A 1708 Gallery Biennial, Sept-Oct. 2011, Richmond, VA, co-juror with Lauren Marinaro, Asst. Director, Zach Feuer Gallery, NY
Association of Academic Museums and Galleries 2011 conference, presented paper titled "Whose Muse: Web, Media, Popular Culture, and Curating"
Southeast College Art 2010 Conference, Co-chair, panel session titled "Utopian Aspirations in Contemporary Art and Architecture"
National Museum of Iceland, Reykjavik, June 2010, Presented paper "You, Yes YOU Can Be a Curator Too!* (*Not Really)"
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts 2008 Exhibitions Roundtable, Presented paper “Using Web 2.0 as a Curatorial Tool”
Association of College and University Museums and Galleries (ACUMG) 2008 Conference, Presented paper “’The Space of Freedom: Apartment Exhibitions in Leningrad, 1964-1986’ as an Example of Interdisciplinary Collaboration in Exhibitions”
Juror, 1212 Gallery Manchester National Juried Fine Art Exhibition 2008, Richmond
College Art Association 2007 Conference, Presented paper “Yes the Curator Has a Point of View. Now Can We Move On?” for a panel titled “Do No Harm: The Role of the Curator”
Panelist, Virginia Commission for the Arts, Photography Fellowship Program, 2006
Virginia Association of Museums 2006 Conference, Presented paper “Collaborating with Students and Faculty: Why Bother?”
College Art Association 2005 Conference, Co-chair, panel session titled “Can’t Live with Them, Can’t Live without Them: Reinvigorating Student and Faculty Art Exhibitions”
Curator, WPA\Corcoran Annual Art Auction, February, 2005
American Association of Museums 2004 Conference, Co-chair, panel session titled “Have You See My Glass Ceiling? Women Leaders in Museums Today”
Southeastern College Art Conference, 2003, Presented paper “If You Can’t Beat Them, Join Them: Behind-the-Scenes Student Opportunities”
Virginia Association of Museums 2001 Conference, Presented paper "Let’s Rewrite Art History (How to Reinvigorate a Permanent Collection)”
American Association of Museums 2000 Conference, Chair, Curators Committee Marketplace, Topic: Guest Curating
Maryland Art Place Critics' Residency, 1999, Worked with curators/critics Barbara Rose and Ingrid Schaffner to write three catalog essays published in March/April 1999 issue of Washington Review, to accompany the exhibition of the selected artists