She is a graduate student at University of Pittsburg specializing on race, gender, and transnational exchange in the Americas in the 20th Century. She has written on feminist economics, politics of belonging, and sexual violence in contemporary performance and visual art by women. As a co-founder of the anti-racist feminist curatorial collective INGZ she curated work by photographer LaToya Ruby Frazier and programmed the experimental performance series Sampling. Independently, she curated the first museum show of the first African American woman cartoonist, Jackie Ormes. Giordano is deeply committed to public facing art history and has worked for five years as a museum educator at the Blanton Museum of Art and the Warfield Center for African and African American Studies.