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, Menokin Foundation, and the Somewhere Appalachia Initiative, 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.