Stephanie Snyder is the Anne and John Hauberg Director and Curator of the Douglas F. Cooley Memorial Art Gallery, Reed College, a position she has held since 2003. Snyder graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Reed College and completed her graduate studies in Art History and Art Education at Columbia University. Snyder is the curator of numerous exhibitions, including: Wynne Greenwood: Kelly, at the New Museum, NY (co-curated with Johanna Burton and Sara O’Keeffe, 2015); Wynne Greenwood: Stacy (2014); Supports/Surfaces (co-curated with Wallace Whitney, 2014); Jamie Isenstein: Will Return (2013); Kara Walker, More & Less (2012); Bruce Nauman, Basements (2012); and David Reed, Lives of Paintings (2008). In 2008, Snyder received a Curatorial Research Fellowship from the Getty Foundation, and in 2014 she was a Fellow in the Getty’s Museum Leadership Institute. In 2013 she received an award for her critical writing from the International Association of Art Critics (AICA) and the CUE Foundation, New York. She is a regular contributor to and PLAZM. She lives in Portland with her husband Jonathan and son Theo.