Liddy began her work in the art world at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC, where she joined the team arranging special exhibitions and sponsorships. From there she moved to the Department of Development at the Hirshhorn Museum, where she continued her work on exhibition funding and sponsorships. In 2008, she moved to New York to curate and reorganize the former AIG art collection after the dissolution of that company’s assets. Since the completion of that project, she has provided in-depth art market analysis, curation, and collection management services to numerous corporate and private clients including Highstar Capital, The Marwood Group, Cassidy Turley Commercial Real Estate, Ogilvy Worldwide/WPP, CORE Group Real Estate, and the United Technologies Corporation as the director of Eleusis Art Advisory. Liddy serves on the Steering Committee of the Museum of Modern Art’s Junior Associates, the Advisory Council for the American Friends of the Louvre’s Young Patrons Circle, Creative Time’s Creative Council, the Acquisitions Committee of the Young Collectors’ Council at the Guggenheim Museum (New York). She is also affiliated with the Metropolitan Museum’s Apollo Circle. Liddy also writes about art for Positive Prescription. She earned her B.A. in Art History at the University of Virginia.