Caroline Culbert directs the Gund’s communications, including but not limited to the Gallery website, media relations, print publications, and social media presence. She joined the Gund Gallery with over five years of experience at the Ackland Art Museum at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill as Learning Resources Coordinator and Assistant for Academic Programs. During her tenure, she introduced new digital initiatives and collaborative projects, including social media campaigns, an expanded Digital Salon (digital humanities/art history) series, and consulted on a Maker-in-Residence program for the UNC-Chapel Hill science library. In addition to teaching sessions on research and information literacy at the Ackland, she scheduled and prepared materials and programs for over 650 museum tours annually for university, K-12, and community groups and served as the museum’s point-person for information requests from students and instructors. Prior to her work at UNC-Chapel Hill, Caroline was the Membership Development Officer for the Cameron Art Museum in Wilmington, NC where she initiated a rebranding campaign, launched and maintained the museum’s social media platforms, conceptualized, implemented, and managed all membership events and communications and maintained a 10,000+ record donor database. Caroline holds a Master’s of Library Science from Florida State University with an emphasis in Museum Informatics and Information Services and completed post-master’s coursework in Data Curation with the School of Library and Information Science, UNC-Chapel Hill. She graduated Phi Beta Kappa from UNC-Chapel Hill with a BA in Classics with a concentration in Roman Art and Archaeology.