Mallory Nezam is a consultant specializing in public art, urban planning, cultural equity, and equitable community development. She has worked with government, arts organizations, nonprofits, small business and corporate clients as a consultant and facilitator, including PolicyLink, Smart Growth America, Transportation for America (T4A), The Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC), ArtPlace America, the Pulitzer Arts Foundation, Americans for the Arts, the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis and The Regional Arts Commission St. Louis. She helped both MAPC and T4A build new thriving Arts & Culture teams in non-arts organizations. While at T4A, she toured the U.S. delivering workshops and trainings to local government, planning and community organizations about the value of engaging arts and equity. She has 5 years experience in brand and communications strategy for businesses and nonprofits. Mallory serves on juries for public art awards, sits on the board of Midwest Artist Project Services and offers pro-bono services to reimagine conference experiences around the country. She holds a Masters of Design from Harvard’s Graduate School of Design.