Emily Kotecki is an independent museum experience designer. She previously worked at the North Carolina Museum of Art where she developed award winning 360-degree immersive rooms, digital kiosks, online learning communities, and exhibition installations.
Emily’s work has been featured in Slate and the Journal of Museum Education. She has presented at conferences including MCN, Museums and the Web, and AAM.
Prior to her career in museums, Emily covered politics as a multimedia producer at The Washington Post. Emily holds a master’s degree in museum education from The George Washington University and a bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism from American University.
She lives in Raleigh with her husband James, and two children, Max and Maya.