Amy Homma is the Chief Audience Officer of the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures
where she works to enhance, deepen, and evolve the Academy Museum’s overall public and community profile and develop internal and external strategies to affirm and actualize the museum’s commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility.
Homma leads the museum’s Film Programs, Education and Public Engagement, Community and Impact, Digital Content and Strategy, and Marketing, Communications, and Group Sales teams to strategize and drive meaningful engagement with audiences of all backgrounds, abilities, and interests.
Homma previously served as the Academy Museum’s inaugural Director—and then Vice-President—of Education and Public Engagement, during which time she developed a team to helm the museum’s K-12 programming, including the Shirley Temple Education Studio initiatives, as well as public programs ranging from lectures, symposia, and panels to in-gallery talks and online programming.
Before her time at the Academy Museum, Homma was the Acting Deputy Director of the Arts & Industries Building at the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC and as Director of Digital Learning at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.