Lisa Goulet is a Curatorial Fellow. She started working for the Climate Museum in fall 2017, on the Museum's first show, In Human Time. Lisa organizes exhibitions, oversees implementation of the Museum's collections policy, and produces marketing and design materials. She is interested in how art and storytelling can shape how we understand nature in the face of climate change. Previously, Lisa worked at the Richard Avedon Foundation where she helped to archive its photography and ephemera collection. She holds an M.A. in Museum Studies from New York University and a B.A. in Honours Visual Arts from Brock University. Additionally, Lisa is an independent art history scholar and an avid home cook.