Peggy Cahill is an independent program development consultant designing CAM Connections for underserved seniors at the Cape Ann Museum in Gloucester. She has a passion for creating inclusive communities and meaningful, personally relevant visual art dialogues for those with living with memory loss and their care partners. In her previous position as Program Coordinator for ARTZ (Artists for Alzheimer's), Peggy directed a network of Boston area museums, led specialized tours, trained museum guides, and spearheaded new initiatives, such as the Meet Me at the Coolidge interactive film program with Coolidge Corner Theater in Brookline, a program that now serves over 1.000 individuals a year. Believing in the power of caring community to breakdown barriers to access, Peggy has witnessed how the arts, humanities, and aesthetic environments can open the door to our common humanity. She completed her undergraduate studies at Boston College and her graduate degree at Lesley University.