Elizabeth Chapman has more than 30 years of experience in communications and public relations, working extensively with nonprofit cultural, arts, science, and educational institutions in strategic planning, media relations, management consulting, crisis communications, and program development.
Since joining Resnicow and Associates in March 1999, Elizabeth has planned and implemented communications campaigns for a wide range of organizations. Past and recent clients include Bard Graduate Center; the Barnes Foundation; The Bronx Museum of the Arts; the Cleveland Museum of Natural History; the Corning Museum of Glass; Harvard Art Museums; the International Spy Museum; the Museum of Chinese in America; the opening of the Nobel Prize Museum at the centennial of the Nobel Prize; the National Archives in Washington, D.C.; the Pollock-Krasner Foundation; and the Tang Teaching Museum at Skidmore College.
Prior to joining R+A, Elizabeth served in the communications department of the American Museum of Natural History for 10 years, ultimately serving as director of media relations and leading the museum’s scientific communications outreach. Before her work at the American Museum of Natural History, Elizabeth was a publicist at Bantam Doubleday Dell—then the largest book publisher in the world. Elizabeth received her bachelor of arts in comparative literature from Brown University.