Constanza Mendoza Guerra is a curator and arts administrator currently serving as a Museum Education Graduate Scholar at the Art Institute of Chicago. With a background in art history and museum studies, she has designed interpretive materials, developed pedagogical programs, and assisted curatorial projects in a wide array of international public and private museums. Constanza was awarded a Kate Neal Kinley Fellowship from the University of Illinois for her project American Folk-Art Gallery at the Art Institute: Whose History? which she recently presented at the Museums Different Conference in New Mexico. She is a master’s degree candidate in Arts Administration & Policy at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and holds a bachelor’s degree in Art History from the Universite Paris-Sorbonne.