Liana Krupp came of age in the fashion closet of Interview magazine in the early 2000s and has been working to create fashion imagery both as a stylist and writer ever since. After styling for a variety of international editions of major fashion publications, she moved to Boston where she began an endeavor in digital publishing with New Brahmin, a website focused on the creative and retail industries in and around Boston. From that, Krupp spun into communications consulting and content creation for a variety of Boston-based businesses including an array of fashion and jewelry designers and retailers such as the legendary Louis Boston. While she has moved into the non-profit sector professionally, Krupp continues to play a large role in the Boston fashion community as an advocate and patron, working with emerging designers, students and major cultural institutions. She played a role in the development of the #Techstyle exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston and continues to support the Textile & Fashion Arts Department through the Fashion Council Advisory Committee and TFA Visiting Committee. Her expertise is in 21st Century fashion design with a specific focus on subcultures and emerging design. Ms. Krupp is on the Board of Overseers at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center where she serves on the leadership committees for the Bowdoin Street Health Center and the OB/GYN Task Force. She is actively involved with Planned Parenthood Federation of America, ACLU, GLAD, Earthjustice, the North American Acquisitions Council of the Tate Modern in London, United South End Settlements, and Boston Medical Center. Previously, she was a mentor for the Future Boston Alliance Accelerator Incubator Program, a mentor at Artists for Humanities, and member of Young Partners at Boston Ballet. Her professional work focuses on food justice and rebuilding a sovereign food system in Dorchester neighborhoods in Boston, racial equity and representation in the arts, expanding creative economies and entrepreneurship, LGBTQ inclusion in Jewish institutions, same-sex adoption, and arts in the Jewish community of Boston. Krupp splits her time between Los Angeles and Boston with her husband and daughter.