Romy St. Hilaire Bio

Romy St. Hilaire is a Consultant, Arts Administrator, Museum Educator, Organizer and Community Advocate. Romy IS currently the Board and Staff Coordinator at Hope on a String, an organization transforming rural communities in Haiti through Arts programing and career development. She previously served as the STEAM Team Program Coordinator at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston where she stewarded local teens and supported staff in building cultural competency. 

Romy was born in Haiti and is the founder of Art in the Antilles which supports Afro-Caribbean communities to equitably navigate the creative economy. Romy is currently a Masters candidate in the City Planning program at MIT focusing on International Development. She is a 2021 SPARK Boston Council member and a 2019 Creative Community Fellow through National Arts Strategies. Her passion is at the intersections of Art, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Community.

Consulting projects


Haitian Creole translator,

Museum of Fine Arts Boston

Curatorial Assistant,

Designing Motherhood

Board and Staff Coordinator,  Hope on a String

Writing Consultant,

Studio Luz Architects

Artist Assistant,

Bouchra Khalili


Website designer,



Visual consultant,


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