Liz Neely is a passionate advocate for how creativity and ‘making’ empower and inspire our lives giving us a lifelong learning mindset fueled by curiosity. As an established museum professional, she’s focused on developing innovative interpretive and learning experiences -- including digital scholarly publishing, multi-media storytelling in galleries and experimental education programs. In 2013 she gave a TEDx talk called “Inventing Fabulation” on her philosophy of how making ridiculous things can re-make our world. Liz is thrilled to be the Curator of Digital Experience at the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum in Santa Fe, New Mexico. She has held positions at the Art Institute of Chicago, the Harwood Museum and the American Alliance of Museums. She received her MBA from Northwestern's Kellogg School of Management with concentrations in Marketing, Technology and Non-Profit Management.