Myriah Towner is a storyteller and digital curator. Her work has supported the storytelling, video production, and curation of "African/American: Making the Nation's Table," the nation's first major exhibition to celebrate Black farmers, chefs, food and drink producers, and their contributions to American cuisine. Towner has worked with nonprofits and community organizations to support local farmers, community gardeners, and farm-based education efforts. Her curatorial work has focused on producing digital platforms and exhibitions highlighting and commemorating African-American history for cultural institutions, including the Emmett Till Project and An American Dilemma for the 21st Century. She is the creator of Black Farmer Stories, a digital platform that preserves the history, legacy and agricultural knowledge of Black farmers in the United States. through storytelling.