About

Eliza French

Program Associate, Science & the Arts

  • Eliza French joined the Sloan Foundation in August 2015 as Program Associate, Science & the Arts. She works with Doron Weber and supports the Public Understanding of Science and Technology, Universal Access to Knowledge, and International Science Engagement programs.

    Most recently, Eliza worked at The Phillips Collection, a museum of modern and contemporary art in Washington, DC, where she managed several public programming series and coordinated partnerships with local universities, foreign embassies, the State Department, the National Academy of Sciences, and local cultural institutions.  Eliza has also worked as an Events Associate at the non-partisan think tank New America, where she planned a variety of cultural and public policy events in DC and New York, and as an Editorial Events Fellow in The Atlantic magazine‚Äôs live events division.

    Eliza earned a B.A. from Duke University in Art History and French Studies in 2011. She is currently pursuing an M.A. in Public and Nonprofit Management at the NYU Wagner School of Public Service.