Kendal Henry is an artist and public art & urban design consultant who lives in New York City and specializes in the field of public art for the past twenty years. He illustrates that public art can be used as a tool for social engagement and economic development through projects and programs in the US, Europe, Russia, Asia, Central Asia, Australia and the Caribbean. Kendal served as a Manager of Arts Programs at the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) Arts for Transit for eleven years. During which time, he has overseen the fabrication and installation of their permanent art projects, served as a member of the MTA’s in-house design team, and produced temporary exhibitions at Grand Central Terminal. Previous to this experience he served as a project manager at the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs’ Percent for Art Program. Kendal is also the Curator at the Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Art (MoCADA) in Brooklyn, NY and serves on the Americans for the Arts Public Art Network Council.