Sheppard Gallagher’s interdisciplinary experience allows it to bring creative and flexible management solutions to its clients, which since 1999 have included a number of the nation’s leading corporations and museums as well as government agencies and private nonprofits. Content development, operations, and program planning are among the services we provide, with popular culture a special focus and creativity the through-line.
Ileen Gallagher has been helping organizations tell their stories for thirty years. She began as a young curator at the De Young Museum in San Francisco before going on to assume top curatorial posts at the Queens Museum of Art in New York, the Library of Congress in Washington DC, and the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art in Sarasota. For five years before establishing her own company, she served as Director of Exhibitions for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland. There she guided all aspects of the inaugural galleries leading up to and following the public opening. Today, as well as heading Sheppard Gallagher, she teaches exhibition planning and design at New York University in the graduate Museum Studies Program
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