Betsy Gibbons works with teens and staff at the Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston to create dynamic experiences for teens. She is passionate about doing work in museums that advances social justice, engages with people from diverse communities, and empowers youth to take charge of their own personal, creative, and professional development. Previously, she managed programs and opportunities for teens at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and ones for students of all ages at the New-York Historical Society. She has also taught courses as an adjunct lecturer in the Federated History Department of New Jersey Institute of Technology and Rutgers University-Newark. She has a B.A. in History from New York University and an M.A. in Medieval Studies from University College Dublin. In addition to the creativity involved in her work, her other creative pursuits center around dance, textiles, and cooking.