Keelin Caldwell has devoted her career to working with nonprofit gardens, parks, and museums to help them connect with their communities. Keelin believes in the power of beautiful public spaces to create meaning, hope, and excitement. She is the Director of Programs and Community Engagement at the Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy, where she has been for 8+ years in various roles. Prior to that, she helped shape youth and school programming at The Farmers’ Museum, Fenimore Art Museum, and Longwood Gardens. Keelin holds a BS in Plant Science from Cornell University and an MS in Public Horticulture from the Longwood Graduate Program at the University of Delaware.
Director of Programs and Community Engagement at Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy