Krichman serves as Executive Director of inSite (1995-present). He holds a bachelor’s in political science from Brandeis University and a law degree from Georgetown Univeristy. From 1993-1994, he was President of the Board of Insite, and has been the head of the project for more than 20 years, facilitating the production of more than 200 site-specific works. He was recently in charge of the reorganization and indexing of InSite archives to be donated to UNAM, Mexico and the Special Collection Library at UCSD. He also commissioned the readjustment of The Agora space at the CECUT in Tijuana, and the display of the exhibition accompanying the donation of the InSite archives to the Arkheia project at the Museum of Contemporary Art, UNAM, Mexico. From 1989-1992, he was a partner at Quint Krichman Projects (QKP), a residency program for artists from Europe and the US at the border. Krichman has also been commission advisor for numerous urban projects and public art, as well as a board member of organizations such as the Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, the Children’s Museum of San Diego, and Orange County Museum of Art.