Anjuli M. Singh, Associate Manager of Exhibitions and Online Projects, Museum of the Moving Image

Anjuli M. Singh is a museum professional specializing in the history of American film. She is passionate about creating exhibitions and programs that explore the history of cinema as an art form that has both shaped and been shaped by American history and culture. Ms. Singh specializes in working with film artifacts and material culture.

Ms. Singh currently works at the Museum of the Moving Image in New York. Prior to joining the Museum of the Moving Image, she worked for the American Film Institute, the J. Paul Getty Trust, and as a member of the art department on numerous short and feature films. Ms. Singh has been an invited guest speaker at the National Portrait Gallery and has completed volunteer work at the Smithsonian Institution, American Film Institute, and the Library of Congress’ National Film Preservation Board. She also serves as a principal at Rezon8 Capital & Advisory Group, a private equity firm, where she guides portfolio companies in marketing, PR, and website development strategies.

Ms. Singh is a graduate of Johns Hopkins University, with a Bachelor’s degree in Film & Media Studies and a Master’s degree in Museum Studies. She is also a member of Phi Beta Kappa.