Kristen Fallica is a digital strategist and content developer with a strong background in arts and humanities outreach, education, and events in diverse academic and non-profit contexts. She’s honored to join CHF as a Mellon/ACLS Public Fellow.
Kristen brings her flair for research, writing, design, and teaching to CHF from the University of Pittsburgh, where she earned her PhD in Film and Media Studies with distinction, taught and mentored undergraduates for 10 years, and managed numerous interdisciplinary and cross-institutional events. In recognition of her talents and research, she has received honors and awards from the Andrew Mellon Foundation, the American Association of University Women, among other organizations, and has presented on film history, feminist media, and institutional historiography at conferences all around the US and abroad.
Earlier in her career, Kristen worked in communications and programming for a range of institutions including Village of Arts and Humanities, Women Make Movies, and the Film Society at Lincoln Center, and earned her A.B. in History of Art and French from Bryn Mawr College. She is a skilled relationship builder with a passion for pedagogy, communication, and creative collaboration, and is thrilled to join the CHF team! Connect with Kristen on Twitter or LinkedIn.