Since 2014, Judith Pineiro has been executive director of the Association of Art Museum Curators & AAMC Foundation. Prior, she was an External Affairs consultant for clients such as Art in General and Louise Blouin Media. Other positions Pineiro has held, in her nearly 25 years of experience in the visual arts sector, include director, Affordable Art Fair U.S.; associate development director for institutional advancement, Museum of Arts & Design; account manager for Museum Services, Christie’s; and positions in decorative arts galleries in New York and Los Angeles. Judith received a B.A. in Art History; a B.A. in Journalism/Mass Media; a Certificate in Curatorial Studies; and an M.A. in Art History; all from Rutgers University. She is a Board Member at New York Artists Equity Association, and has upcoming speaking engagements at the Association of African American Museums and the Museum Computer Network. She has served as a visual arts re-grant panelist at the Brooklyn Arts Council and as a member of the Professional Development Committee and Membership Committee at ArtTable. She is also a member of the American Alliance of Museums, ArtTable, Council of Protocol Executives, College Art Association, ICOM, and Women in Development.