Kristina McMullin

A woman with dyed light hair, standing facing forward  in a leopard print coat and lips painted.
Kristina McMullin

Kristina is an arts administrator and academic in training with an activist’s heart. Her work investigates how arts and academia can create culture while pushing for necessary societal change. She has designed, promoted, and produced deliverables, events, and exhibitions through her work as the communications manager at Tangled Art + Disability.

Her work as a research assistant on the SSHRC-funded project Cripping Masculinity aims to use accessible arts-based research as a tool to explore how Deaf, Mad, and Disabled cis and Trans men and masculine-identifying non-binary folks use fashion as a way of enacting their identities. Kristina is looking forward to developing and refining her leadership practice through Sync. 

We watch our society change before us; there is no better time to develop our leadership practices. Society is ready to learn and ready and willing to do the work. Deaf and Disabled leaders can lead us to a truer more just society. I have never been more excited to be a citizen of the global society; I eagerly look forward to how Sync can challenge me to become an impactful leader.