Alli Hartley is a museum educator and social activist from the greater Washington DC area. Alli graduated from the University of Maryland in 2014 with a BA in History/English Literature and from the George Washington University in 2015 with a M.A.T. in Museum Education. Her focus in her undergraduate work was the role of women in New Deal planned communities.
Professionally, Alli has worked with the College Park Aviation Museum, the National Museum of African Art, and the Fairfax County Park Authority. As an undergraduate, she interned at Ford’s Theatre and the Greenbelt Museum. She also is a consultant for the War Childhood Museum, serving as the project coordinator for an upcoming Washington D.C. exhibit.
Alli has also organized the 2017 #DayofFacts campaign, which received press coverage from the Washington Post, the New York Times, the Huffington Post, among others, and generated thousands of pieces of social media content with millions of views. Previously, she was an organizer for the DC chapter of #MuseumWorkersSpeak and has written about museums and labor inequity.
Alli has guest-lectured for George Washington University, the Phillips Collection, and has spoken at AAM (Committee on Professional Training breakfast 2016) and MuseumNext-Portland.
For speaking inquiries, please email Alli at firstname.lastname@example.org.