Julianne Cheng is the Programs Manager at Arizona Humanities, a nonprofit organization and the state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities. At Arizona Humanities, She develops and manages public programs, oversees program partnerships and collaborations, and conducts educational advocacy and outreach. Prior to joining Arizona Humanities, she was the Senior Coordinator of the Writing Center at the ASU Downtown Phoenix campus, where she supported undergraduate and graduate students with their academic writing skills. Julianne received her B.A. in History and Art History from UCLA, and her M.A. and Ph.D. in Art History with a focus in Greek art and archaeology from Emory University. While a graduate student, she taught art history and interdisciplinary research classes and was a Mellon curatorial research intern and fellow at Michael C. Carlos Museum and High Museum of Art in Atlanta. Julianne participated in archaeological excavations in Samothrace, Greece, and was the Archive Manager for the Samothrace Excavations Archive at Emory University.