Dina Bailey is Director, Methodology and Practice with the International Coalition of Sites of Conscience, where she focuses on issues of diversity, equity, access, inclusion and empathy through memorialization and strategic planning efforts. Prior to joining Sites of Conscience, she was the CEO of Mountain Top Vision, LLC, a consulting company that focuses on supporting change management within organizations in the areas of diversity, inclusion, and strategic planning in order to further audience engagement. She has also been employed as the Director of Educational Strategies for the National Center for Civil and Human Rights and as the Director of Museum Experiences for the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center. Ms. Bailey holds an undergraduate degree in Middle and Secondary Education, a graduate degree in Anthropology of Development and Social Transformation, and a graduate certification in Museum Studies. She has been published in both the formal education and museum fields. Dina is proud to be on the council of the American Association for State and Local History, the board of the Association of African American Museums, the board of the Next Generation Men, and the Issues Chair for the American Alliance of Museums EdCom, and she tweets from @DinaABailey with a focus on human rights.