Cecile Puretz is the Education and Access Manager at The Contemporary Jewish Museum (The CJM) in San Francisco, where she manages school and community tours, volunteer programs, and is responsible for developing and implementing accessibility initiatives for audiences of all ages and abilities at the Museum. Prior to working at The CJM, Cecile worked at The Center for the Arts in Human Development, a creative arts therapy center in Montreal. She holds a BA in Community Studies from the University of California, Santa Cruz, and received an MA in Education from Concordia University. Cecile is a San Francisco native, and is driven by the belief that everyone deserves equal access to the arts.
Heidi Hubrich Seretan is a Special Education Teacher and Program Director for AccessSFUSD: The Arc serving students 18-22 with severe disabilities teaching functional life skills and vocational skills in the community. Heidi has a Masters in Special Education, and is the recipient of the Helen Keller Fellowship. As an advocate, Heidi serves as Chair of the Muni Accessible Advisory Committee advising SFMTA on accessibility in public transportation. Heidi is passionate about access to the arts in the bay area.