Veronica Black is a designer for learning spaces with experience as a researcher, coder, digital media
maker, and filmmaker for museums and non-profits, who is passionate about storytelling, media,
education, and collaborating with others who want to share an adventure.

She has a BFA in Digital Filmmaking from New Mexico Highlands University, and an MFA in
Design and Technology from Parsons School for Design, where her work explored smart textiles,
wearables, and museum accessibility.

Currently she is the Program Coordinator for the Center for Teaching Excellence at New Mexico
Highlands University
where she designs professional development that champions and enriches the learning needs of the college’s faculty.