Hannah Goodwin has deep experience working at the juncture of art and accessibility. As a teaching artist she worked with students with disabilities in a variety of settings, including a middle/high school for students with disabilities, where advocacy was also her role. She then spent nearly 20 years leading Accessibility at the MFA, Boston, where she implemented new Access programs and expanded others, and collaborated with staff on a variety of initiatives across the museum.
At the heart of it all has been the belief the arts belong to everyone, with choice and equity essential. Hannah has led trainings locally, nationally and internationally and won multiple awards for her work in the field. She is also a co-founder and steering committee member of CANE (Cultural Access New England). Recently Hannah decided to bring all threads of her work together as a freelance consultant and collaborator.