Asantewa Boakyewa is Associate Curator at the Reginald F. Lewis Maryland African American History & Culture. Before joining the museum, she served as Senior Administrator of the Center for Africana Studies at Johns Hopkins University. She has diversified experience developing and managing curatorial projects and educational programs for museums and other educational institutions, as well as local government agencies in the Baltimore/Washington area. Ms. Boakyewa recently curated two contemporary art exhibitions Making It Work: Emerging African American Women Artists and Lydia Douglas: Cultural Reflections of the African Diaspora and served as Curatorial Assistant for the exhibition Material Girls: Contemporary Black Women Artists. Ms. Boakyewa holds a B.A. in History from Morgan State University.