Cleo Barnett is a changemaker born in New Zealand and based in the United States. With ten years experience curating art in public spaces internationally, Cleo now works as the Program Director of Amplifier. As Amplifier’s first employee, Cleo has co-produced and co-curated multiple global public art campaigns including the iconic We The People Campaign, Women’s March on Washington, and March For Our Lives. The result was thousands of posters being distributed and downloaded across the country which shifted the cultural landscape of movement moments, and building the non-profit into a globally recognized art and social justice organization. Cleo holds an M.A. in Art and Public Policy from New York University, and a double B.A. in Political Science and International Business from the University of Auckland.