Sandra Jackson-Dumont
Sandra Jackson-Dumont
Frederick P. and Sandra P. Rose Chairman of Education, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Sonoma State

B.A. Art History (1994)
  • Responsible for the vision and management of education and public programs encompassing a range of educational experiences and live arts performances designed for a diverse cross-section of audiences.
  • Formerly the Deputy Director for Education and Public Programs/Adjunct Curator, Modern and Contemporary Art Department at the Seattle Art Museum.
  • Known for her ability to blur the lines between academia, popular culture and not traditional art-going communities, Jackson-Dumont is invested in curating experiences that foster dynamic exchanges between art/artists, past/present, public/private and people/places.
  • Recipient of the Creative Leadership Award from the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation. 2015 Distinguished Alumni Award, Sonoma State University; 2016 Medal for Distinguished Service, Teachers College, Columbia University.
  • Works as an independent curator/writer and programming consultant working across communities, disciplines and sectors.

Notable CSU Alumni in education