Kristyn Scorsone is a doctoral candidate in the American Studies program at Rutgers University-Newark. As a graduate assistant for the Humanities Action Lab (HAL), Kristyn assists with exhibitions and events as well as manages HAL’s websites and social media platforms. Outside of her work with HAL, she is active with the Queer Newark Oral History Project (QNOHP). Through QNOHP, she has conducted over two dozen oral history interviews, produced and hosted the QNOHP podcast, helped design and lead QNOHP walking tours, managed volunteers, and was a part of the curatorial team for the traveling exhibit, At Home in Newark: Stories from the Queer Newark Oral History Project. Her writing has appeared in The Public Historian, Notches, Out History, Out in New Jersey, and Los Angeles Music Blog. She is currently serving on the National Council on Public History (NCPH) Board-Led Subcommittee on Gender Discrimination and Sexual Harassment and completing a residency with Monument Lab. Pronouns: she/they.