Keonna Hendrick consults museum and arts professionals across the nation on how to set and meet their institutional vision for cultural inclusion, shared authority, and pedagogy that benefits visitors and staff. Her services include workshop facilitation, curriculum development, and public addresses. Drawing from nearly a decade of experience in museum and art education, Ms. Hendrick designs participatory workshop experiences that invite attendees to be actively engaged in their learning experience through reflection, dialogue, creative exercises and more. Facilitated workshops are grounded in Multicultural Critical Reflective Practice (MCRP), an on-going process in which educators identify, analyze, and challenge the cultural beliefs, values, and assumptions that color their interactions with learners, colleagues, and artworks. All workshops are customized to the specific needs of the organizing institution. Former clients have included the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, University of North Texas, The Museum of Modern Art, National Arts Education Association Museum Education Division, Whitney Museum of American Art, and Friends of the High Line.