Contact & Staff
Graham is a sophomore Economics major and Linguistics minor and is thrilled to be one of the CFG's Co-Managers this year. When not in the gallery, Graham can often be found sound engineering for concerts around campus, baking with his friends, or missing his two dogs back in Eugene Oregon.
Eleni is a junior majoring in International Studies and Spanish and minoring in Health Studies. She currently lives in Bethesda Maryland. Growing up with a father in the Foreign Service, Eleni has lived in Peru, England, Belgium, and Mexico, and has enjoyed exploring museums and being exposed to new art in each country. Outside of the gallery, she enjoys doing ballet, painting, taking naps, and getting involved with everything she can on campus. She is thrilled to be working at the gallery for her second year.
Morgan Chien-Hale is a current senior from San Jose, California who is majoring in Biology and minoring in both Chinese and Neuroscience. He has been moving around most his life and spent four years in Taipei, Taiwan, where he graduated high school. As well as being a fan of the visual arts, Morgan is an especially huge music and film aficionado. During his free time, you'll likely find him in the lab, playing badminton, or watching a movie in his room. He is very excited for another wonderful year with the CFG crew and can't wait to learn more about gallery work!
Alice is on an exchange to Haverford from Edinburgh University until May. She was really excited about being a train ride away from cities with so much art and music, and has loved exploring Philadelphia and its museums so far! She is a junior studying English and Classics, so the contemporary art in the gallery has been a welcome escape back to the 21st Century.
Alyssa is a sophomore from Pleasantville, New York, and she plans to major in History of Art with a minor in French. She loves music in all its forms and can be found singing along in the shower as well as in an a cappella group on campus. She is also often spotted spending time outside, enjoying a good book, or wandering around museums in Philly and New York (her current favorite is the Whitney but this is likely to change in the near future). Alyssa is absolutely thrilled to be working at the CFG this year and is excited to take on new challenges and to learn more about exhibition work!
Jo Kravits is a first year at Haverford College and is so excited to be working at the gallery! Jo plans to pursue an interdisciplinary major, focusing on music therapy, and hopes to work at children's hospitals in the future. In addition to working at the gallery, Jo is a quaker bouncer at Haverford as well as an artist and a classically trained guitarist. When at home, Jo enjoys spending time with family and working with children and animals. Jo is so looking forward to the future here and hopes to see you visiting!
Edward is a Junior Comparative Literature Major/Visual Studies Minor hailing from Littleton, Colorado. He’s passionate about foreign language (French and Spanish), film (both production and consumption, though he’s only just started learning about the former), and creative writing. You can find him on campus performing sketch/improv/stand-up comedy, working in the Coop or at the IITS ProDesk, or attending whatever film-related events he can. He interns at Puentes de Salud in Philadelphia, where he helps teach ESOL. He’ll be studying abroad in Paris in the Spring semester of 2018.
Ken is a current sophomore from Nakuru, Kenya who is intending to major in Computer Science and minor in Mathematics. Other than working at the gallery, Ken does sound engineering and light with BLAST on many on campus events. In his free time, Ken enjoys going to the movies, biking around campus, jamming to very loud music with his friends and exploring the city. Since this is his first year the gallery, he is very excited to learn more about all things gallery work, exhibitions and everything that happens behind the scenes.
Katie Safter is a junior from Brooklyn, NY who is majoring in Political Science and minoring in Education. Around campus you can find her playing soccer with the Varsity Women's Soccer team, reading in the campus center with a large cup of coffee, or trying to make elaborate brunches in her apartment. Katie has loved living in and around cities where museums and galleries are easily accessible. In particular, her favorite museums in NYC are the Whitney and the Met Breuer, and she has enjoyed getting to visit the Barnes Foundation since arriving at Haverford. This is her first year working at the CFG and she is very excited to learn more about gallery work!
Samuel is a freshman from Queens, New York. Although he isn’t entirely sure what he would like to study, he is interested in psychology, political science, and sociology. He co-directed his high school’s step team, and would love to create one at Haverford in the future. In his free time, he plays board games, drinks thai iced tea, or frequents the many museums his city has to offer (the Whitney being his favorite!). He enjoys photography and filmography, but admittedly has limited experience with both. In spite of this, he hopes his experiences at CFG opens up opportunities to participate in the world of art.