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Fiona Romeo Named MoMA's First Director of Digital Content and Strategy

Fiona Romeo Named MoMA's First Director of Digital Content and Strategy

The Museum of Modern Art has appointed Fiona Romeo as Director of Digital Content and Strategy, a newly created position in which Ms. Romeo will provide vision and leadership across the organization to enable the Museum to build on its existing digital initiatives and refine its strategic direction and goals. Under the direction of Peter Reed, Senior Deputy Director for Curatorial Affairs, she will actively work with senior leadership to develop and grow digital engagement with MoMA's diverse audiences, both on site and online. She will lead the Digital Media Department, overseeing a team of digital producers, developers, and designers. Ms. Romeo will join the Museum in April.

In her new role, Ms. Romeo will create a clear and achievable strategy that will connect all areas of the Museum and build upon the success of existing programs. Her purview will include MoMA's website, MoMA.org, including the online collection and exhibition subsites; and digital tools and resources, such as mobile applications, digital in-gallery displays, and live-streamed events.

"Fiona's appointment builds upon the Museum's pioneering work in the digital realm, and is a reflection of the dynamic and vital role that digital content plays in the way people can participate in the life of the Museum," said Glenn D. Lowry, Director of The Museum of Modern Art. "Her extensive museum experience and her background in social and interactive digital platforms makes her particularly well suited to lead MoMA's innovative and multifaceted initiatives, which engage individuals with the richness of our collection and programs."

Photo by: Martin Seck

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