Daryl Fischer began her career as a museum educator at the Denver Art Museum and went on to lead education departments at the Muskegon Museum of Art and the Indianapolis Museum of Art. Since 1993 she has been principal of Musynergy Consulting, which provides interpretive planning, strategic planning, and board development services to all types and sizes of museums. Her book, “Museums, Trustees, and Communities: Building Reciprocal Relationships,” published by the (then) American Association of Museums, shares the wisdom of African American, Chinese American, and Native American trustees. A strong advocate for the voice of museum visitors, she incorporates audience evaluation in all of her projects. In visitor panels, she guides clients in recruiting panelists who reflect the demographics of communities the museum aims to serve. A longtime member of The Museum Group, she serves on the nominating committee and is committed to making TMG more inclusive in its membership and practices.