Francesca Kielb supports strategic communications campaigns for arts organizations drawing upon her experience working with museums, galleries, art fairs, and non-profit organizations.
Francesca joined Resnicow and Associates in 2020, and is currently working with the Amon Carter Museum of American Art, Denver Art Museum, EXPO CHICAGO, Höweler + Yoon Architecture, Menokin Foundation, OJB Landscape Architecture, and Superblue, among others.
Prior to joining R+A, Francesca worked as a Senior Account Executive at a Chicago-based communications firm, where she led publicity campaigns for clients including EXPO CHICAGO, Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Chicago Artists Coalition, and more. Before that, she held positions as a curatorial intern at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago and Cranbrook Art Museum. She has served on the executive board of the non-profit Arts of Life and volunteered with the Prison Creative Arts Project.
Francesca graduated with honors from the University of Michigan with a Bachelor of Arts in Visual Art & Design and minors in History of Art and Museum Studies. Her publication 127 Years of Design 1890-2017: The Michigan Daily was the first book written by an undergraduate to be published by Michigan Publishing.