Position: Museum Consultant

Gail is an independent museum professional specializing in strategic and interpretive planning. For more than ten years, she was Vice President of Exhibits & Production at Boston Children’s Museum leading the effort to reimagine 50,000 square feet of exhibition space opening in 2007. An interpretive planner and media producer, she has led the development of exhibitions that balance the arts, sciences, and humanities. A particular focus of her work has long been the role of media and technology in museum experiences. As electronic media have become increasingly interactive, responsive, and personal over the last 15 years, Gail has spearheaded efforts to meaningfully integrate digital experiences into the social learning environment of museums, specifically early learning environments. She has served as project director for initiatives funded by the National Science Foundation and the National Endowment for the Humanities and currently serves as Director of the Freeman Foundation Asian Culture Exhibit Series