Graduate in Literature from the University of Chile, Ricardo Brusky is Director of the Museum of Memory and Human Rights. By enlarging the collection, promoting permanent exhibitions, and giving a prominent place to the interplays between visual arts, culture, memory, and human rights, his goal at the Museum of Memory is to create a space for reflection and education of broad audiences. He was Head of Indigenous Policy Program funded by the Ford Foundation, Chief of Division for the Interministerial Coordination in the Ministry Secretariat General of Government under President Michelle Bachelet (2006 -2010), Ambassador of Chile in Belgium (2000-2004) and Head of Cabinet of the President of the Chamber of Deputies. He has been a consultant for the formulation of cultural policies of the National Council of Culture and Arts (2004 -2007). He was Secretary General of the Federation of Students of the University of Chile during the dictatorship. Founder and Executive Secretary of the Foundation “Chile 21” and the Corporation “Proyectamérica” and director of the Santiago Visual Arts Foundation, organizer of the first Triennial of Chile. Member of the Board of the Corporation of Friends of the Museum of Contemporary Art of the University of Chile. He is a sporadic columnist in various newspapers and author of several publications on a variety of themes such as politics, culture, and memory.