Nadia Chrisanto is Center for Cultural Innovations's Program Assistant in Los Angeles. She has experience in curatorial research, management functions, and administration. Nadia is also currently an assistant curator at the California African American Museum, the first African American museum of art, history, and culture fully supported by a state. She started as a Getty Multicultural Undergraduate Intern in Summer 2016. Since then, Nadia has aided several art and history exhibitions, such as No Justice, No Peace: LA 1992, Trouble Every Day: LA 1965/1992, and Gary Simmons: Fade to Black. She is committed to supporting works of under-represented artists of color and using art & history to promote diversity and cultural history. Nadia received her B.A. in History from California State Polytechnic University Pomona and A.A. in History, Humanities, and Social & Behavioral Sciences from Pasadena City College. In her free time, Nadia enjoys reading and playing with her pet cat.