Kate Zankowicz

Dr. Kate Zankowicz obtained her History Ph.D. at the University of Toronto/OISE in the History of Education.

As a museum education practitioner and scholar with 15 years of experience in public programs, Kate has devoted her personal, academic and professional life to making museums more socially inclusive spaces. She’s also a museum education historian whose scholarly work has focused on women’s educational work in museums, specifically the history of community engagement and accessibility in museums. A social justice advocate who has created community-driven accessibility initiatives in museums in both Canada and the US, Kate currently serves as the Manager of Youth, Family and Community Engagement at the Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens.