Hillary Crawford returns to the Division as an arts consultant for the Discipline-Based Grants program, the Fellowship program, the Cultural Endowments program, and the Capitol Complex Exhibition Program. Hillary has a master’s degree in arts administration with a graduate certificate in museum studies from Florida State University. Hillary launched her career in arts administration at the Division of Cultural Affairs in 1999 working first with the individual artists fellowship program, and then as a museum consultant for the discipline-based arts grants. Hillary left the division in 2001 to complete an internship at the Tate Britain for her master’s degree. She then went on to serve as a curator at both The Center for Craft, Creativity & Design, and the Western Carolina University Fine Art Museum.
A native Floridian, Hillary lives in Tallahassee with her husband, Billy, and her son, Liam. Hillary is an active volunteer with the Junior League of Tallahassee. Hillary loves karaoke, cooking, reading, and riding her bicycle.