Heather Radke is an audio producer, curator, and writer. For five years, she made exhibits, audio pieces, and public programs for the Jane Addams Hull-House Museum in Chicago, where she connected the history of Hull-House to contemporary social issues. Before working in museums, Heather produced multimedia for public radio and cultural institutions across the country. Heather is dedicated to bringing big ideas to public audiences in all of her work, and including underrepresented voices in discussions of history and culture. She is currently an MFA candidate in nonfiction writing at Columbia University.