Jacqueline Hudson, PhD has a doctoral degree in American Culture Studies and holds a graduate certificate in public history at Bowling Green State University (BGSU) in Bowling Green, Ohio. Dr. Hudson is an Exhibitions Content Developer at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati. She has previously worked at the Jerome Pop Culture Library, August Wilson Society, and the National Museum of African American Music. Her dissertation, I Am Every (Black) Woman: Negotiating Intersectionality in the Music Industry, explored how black women singers created and maintained agency against racist and sexist power structures in the music industry. In both presentations and publications, Dr. Hudson has addressed racial and gendered identities in American culture. Her experience in exhibits have include creating content that involves writing text and acquiring images. Her interests are black music studies, black popular culture, black feminism, and museum studies. More information on Dr. Hudson’s work can be found on www.jacquelinehudson.net.