Dr. Sharbreon Plummer is an artist, strategist, storyteller and educator with over a decade of experience in arts and community engagement roles. Her upbringing in southeast Louisiana informs her interest and investment in how culture and ancestral memory act as influencers of personal expression and contemporary work, specifically within the African Diaspora and Global South. She has created and facilitated work presented in/for institutions such as Project Row Houses, Rush Corridor Gallery, the African American Museum in Philadelphia, Penn State University, Hampshire College and Americans for the Arts. Plummer received her Ph.D. from The Ohio State University Department of Arts Administration, Education and Policy, specifically focusing on the intersections of art education and Black feminist praxis. She most recently joined the Arts Council of Greater Baton Rouge as the Director of Advocacy and Artist Services.