Cecilia Fajardo-Hill is an art historian and curator in modern and contemporary art specializing in Latin American art. She is also a visiting research scholar and lecturer at Princeton University’s Latin American studies program. Fajardo-Hill co-curated Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960–1985, which was exhibited in 2017 at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles and in 2018 at the Brooklyn Museum in New York and Pinacoteca do Estado de in São Paulo in Brazil. Fajardo-Hill has published and curated extensively on contemporary Latin American and international artists. She is co-editor of a book on twentieth- and twenty-first-century Guatemalan art, an initiative of Arte GT 20/21 and Cultural Agents initiative at Harvard University, and she is the editor of Remains–Tomorrow: Themes in Contemporary Latin American Abstraction. She holds a PhD in art history from the University of Essex and an MA in twentieth-century art history from The Courtauld Institute of Art. Fajardo-Hill served as an Exhibitions & Public Interpretation panelist at the Center in 2019.