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Charlie Miller currently works for Art-Reach, a Philadelphia-based non-profit that works to make museums, theaters, and public gardens more accessible to people with disabilities and low-income communities.
Charlie has experience in international peacemaking work in Palestine/Israel, Colombia, and the US/Mexico border. He currently serves on the Pennsylvania Developmental Disabilities Council, a Governor-appointed role. Charlie was awarded the 2021 Brighter Futures Award for Cultural Arts.
Charlie has been lucky enough to have two documentaries made by FreshFly Productions about projects he has conceived and produced. Charlie has served on various non-profit Boards, has consulted on various topics related to social justice programming, and has presented on peacekeeping work in Jordan, Germany, and the Netherlands.
Learn how to launch a public initiative that makes your museums more welcoming to people with disabilities and low-income communities. We all want our cultural spaces to be more reflective of the diversity of the communities we are part of but how do you make it easy and sustainable? Come learn from an organisation (with a 6 person staff) that serves over 200,000 people per year.