Hunter Albright is a public historian and museum professional. They received their BA in History from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. Hunter is continuing their studies at UMKC and will complete an MA in History with an emphasis in Public History in fall 2021. Hunter’s current research focuses on Kansas City in the early twentieth century and the ways public health helps and harms different communities. They have collaborated on exhibits and digital history projects, including Kansas City’s Guadalupe Centers: A Century of Serving the Latinx Community (2019) and Show Me Missouri (2021).