Amy G. Moorefield is the Director of the Phillips Museum of Art at Franklin & Marshall College. Moorefield has nearly two decades of experience in not-for-profit and academic museums. Her scope of work ranges from curatorial, collections management and exhibitions to fundraising, educational programming, marketing, publications and professional staff oversight. She has a bachelor’s degree in art history and museum studies from Virginia Commonwealth University and a master’s degree in museum studies from Johns Hopkins University. From 1998-2008 she served as in a variety of roles at Virginia Commonwealth University’s museum named Anderson Gallery with the last several years as its Curator and Acting Director. From 2008-2013, she was the Director and Chief Curator of the Eleanor D. Wilson Museum at Hollins University and most recently, the Deputy Director of Exhibitions and Collections at the Taubman Museum of Art in Roanoke, Virginia where she oversaw the exhibition and permanent collection program that included eleven galleries, atrium and outdoor art projects. Moorefield has taught courses in museum curatorial practice and methodology and has published several exhibition essays as well as acted as an independent curator, juror and museum consultant. She has served as a board member for Virginians for the Arts, Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, Carillion Clinic Healing in the Arts Program and as a Commissioner for the City of Roanoke and its Arts Commission. Currently Moorefield serves on the City of Lancaster's Public Art Board as its Chair and is the Mid-Atlantic regional representative for Association for Academic Museums and Galleries (AAMG).