Arts Learning Coordinator,
DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities
Alorie Clark has contributed to the local and national arts scene by working for organizations such as Step Afrika!, National Arts Strategies, and Washington National Opera. She currently serves as the Arts Learning Coordinator at the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, where she manages the agency's education grant opportunities and program initiatives. Alorie is also passionate about en more…
Associate Professor of Arts Management,
Andrew Taylor thinks (a bit too much) about organizational structure, strategy, and management practice in the nonprofit arts. An Associate Professor of Arts Management at American University, he also consults for cultural, educational, and support organizations throughout North America. He recently completed a five-year sponsored research project for the William Penn Foundation on “Capitalizin more…
Managing Partner, Head of Theatre Management and an Assistant Professor,
3C Theatre Partners, DePaul University
Diane Claussen is Managing Partner of 3C Theatre Partners and Head of Theatre Management and an Assistant Professor at The Theatre School at DePaul University in Chicago. Prior to joining the full-time faculty in 2018, Diane worked as a Managing/Executive Director for close to three decades. Most recently, Diane served as the Managing Director of the Virginia Wadsworth Wirtz Center for the Perf more…
Professor François Colbert is among top scholars in arts marketing in the world having published close to 200 works.
He is professor of marketing and holder of the Carmelle and Rémi Marcoux Chair in Arts Management at HEC Montréal. He currently is the founder and coordinator of the joint Master of Management in International Arts Management (HEC, SMU, Bocconi), and is the Head of the f more…
Assistant Professor of Arts Administration,
University of Kentucky
Dr. Jaleesa Wells is an Assistant Professor of Arts Administration at the University of Kentucky, where she teaches courses on the arts and artists in society, sustainable leadership in the arts, and management and organization in the arts and culture sector across the BA, MA, and PhD programs. Prior to joining the UK faculty, Dr. Wells taught in the areas of arts and festivals management and more…
As director of the Arts Education Partnership, Jamie Kasper works with over 100 partner organizations to support arts learning across the United States. Prior to joining Education Commission of the States, Jamie worked for Arts Education Collaborative in Pittsburgh and was previously the state arts curriculum advisor at the Pennsylvania Department of Education. Jamie is also an active musician more…
John Abodeely is a champion and steward of the arts on international, national and local levels. He has dedicated his life to equity in the arts ecosystem by raising millions for nonprofit and government initiatives that scale arts accessibility in education nationwide; overhauling organizational systems and operations to ensure funding is optimized for programs that increase equity, broaden ac more…
Associate Professor of Arts Administration & Museum Leadership and Department Head of Arts & Entertainment Enterprise,
Julie Goodman is an Associate Professor of Arts Administration & Museum Leadership and Department Head of Arts & Entertainment Enterprise at Drexel University. She served as Chair of the Mayor’s Cultural Advisory Council for the Philadelphia Office of Arts, Culture, and the Creative Economy and the Philadelphia Cultural Fund. Her research explores intersections of policy and practice in more…
Founding Director and Professor of the Master of Fine Arts in Arts Leadership,
Kevin K. Maifeld is the Founding Director and Professor of the Master of Fine Arts in Arts Leadership program at Seattle University and a Senior Consultant with Arts Consulting Group. He previously served as the Managing Director of the Seattle Children’s Theatre from 2001 to 2007. Before moving to Seattle, Kevin served, for seven years, as the Managing Director of the Alabama Shakespeare Festi more…
Vice President for Government Affairs and Arts Education,
Americans for the Arts
Narric Rome serves as Vice President for Government Affairs and Arts Education at Americans for the Arts. In his role he manages federal, state, and local government advocacy, grassroots campaigns, policy development, and national coalition-building efforts with cultural, civic, and private sector organizations with the goal of influencing public policies that advance direct and indirect suppo more…
Simon Dove is an independent curator and educator, and currently Executive Director of CEC ArtsLink, an international cultural mobility organization based in New York. Between 2008 and 2018 he co-curated The Crossing the Line Festival, the annual trans-disciplinary fall festival in New York City. He was Professor of Practice and Director of the School of Dance at Arizona State University from 2 more…
After over 30 years in the professional dance community and a strong dive into finance and business leadership at Goldman Sachs, Sonja Kostich became the Chief Executive & Artistic Officer at Kaatsbaan Cultural Park, a 153-acre artist sanctuary located on New York’s Hudson River.
Associate Professor and Director of the Arts Management,
Ximena Varela (she/they) is an Associate Professor and Director of the Arts Management at American University, as well as President of the Association of Arts Administration Educators. Prof. Varela holds degrees in Management from UCU (Uruguay), TEFL (Uruguay), Arts Administration (MS, Drexel University), and doctoral studies in Comparative Politics at Temple University. She is currently at wor more…
Aelim Kim is an enthusiastic art educator who believes valuable research in art education and incubating a next-generation with new ideas can change the world. Kim entered the doctoral program in the department of Arts Administration, Education and Policy in 2020. Majoring in sculpture and art theory in her early career, Kim has various working experiences: an artist, an assistant scriptwriter more…
Al Heartley (he/him/his) is a Principal at ALJP Consulting, a search and strategic planning firm working with arts organizations across the country. He co-founded the firm out of a call to bring equity and inclusion to hiring and planning. Clients for ALJP include San Diego Repertory Theatre, Marin Theatre Company, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Philadelphia Theatre Company, Penumbra Theatre, Eas more…
Chair of the Arts Management Program,
De La Salle- College of Saint Benilde
Alain Zedrick Camiling (he/him) is an educator, arts writer, and curator based in Manila, Philippines. He currently serves as Chair of the Arts Management Program at the De La Salle- College of Saint Benilde Manila where he co-authored its BA Arts Management curriculum in 2018. His current research focuses on arts management knowledge production, circulation, and practice in the Philippines more…
Distance Library Services Assistant,
Florida State University Libraries
Alaina Faulkner (she/her) is the Distance Library Services Assistant at Florida State University Libraries. She graduated from FSU in 2021 with her B.A. in English & French. Alaina is passionate about helping diverse communities achieve their learning goals through digital services and open-access resources. She plans to earn her MLiS degree. Contact: [email protected]
Director of Performing Arts Management,
Alan Salzenstein is Professor at DePaul University in Chicago where he directs the MFA/Arts Leadership and Performing Arts Management programs. Salzenstein is past president of AAAE, where he served on the board in various capacities from 2009-2018; and is currently an advisory member of the board of ENCATC. He has held various Executive Director positions for a wide array of arts organization more…
Anne Frost coordinates/teaches in an Ontario Graduate Certificate program in Arts Administration – Cultural Management at Humber College, Toronto, ON, Canada, and is on the Board of AAAE, where she contributes via the International Affinity Group, stewarding relationships with arts management educators outside North America. Anne holds a Masters degree in Arts Management from the City Universi more…
Chair, Arts & Cultural Management Department, Coordinator Interdisciplinary Studies,
Currently completing her doctorate studies at Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh, Annetta's research focuses on cultural policy, specifically in relation to the impacts of the UK City of Culture program.
She completed her Masters in Arts Management through the Australian Institute of Music in partnership with the Sydney Opera House. She has received a MacEwan Open Textbook Fellowsh more…
Postgraduate Programme Coordinator / Cultural Policy and Management,
University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg
Avril Joffe is the Post Graduate Coordinator of the Cultural Policy and Management Department at the Wits School of Arts, University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg. She is an economic sociologist and works in the intersection of academia and practice in fields such as culture in urban life and in realising a just and sustainable development. She is an active contributor in the teaching a more…
Bridget Woodbury (she/her) is an American artist, designer, branding expert, and organizational strategist. She serves as the Director of Communications & Engagement, with a focus on organizational development — in this role, she oversees a team of colleagues, internal organizational strategy, a portfolio of projects focused on organizational strategy, and the Campaign for the Creative Gene more…
Special Programs Associate,
The International Association of Blacks in Dance
Carol Foster founded The D.C. Youth Ensemble in 1980. Ms. Foster worked in the D.C. Public School System for thirty-seven years and has recently retired. She has worked as the Arts Coordinator for the Duke Ellington School of the Arts. In addition, she has taught visual arts in District of Columbia Public School system and was on staff as Adjunct Professor of Dance at the University of the Dist more…
Associate Professor of Art Education,
The College of New Jersey
Carolina Blatt-Gross, Associate Professor of Art Education at The College of New Jersey, earned a Ph.D. from the University of Georgia. Her research explores the cognitive and civic potential of collective artmaking.
Courtney Harge is a nonprofit executive, theater director, and entrepreneur originally from Saginaw, MI who has been working in the service of artists for the last fifteen years. Courtney specializes in transforming ideals, values, and aspirations into practical, pragmatic, and embodied realities through an anti-racist lens. She is the founder and Producing Artistic Director of Colloquy Collect more…
Professor and Program Director of Arts Administration,
Professor McGraw joined Elon's faculty in 2017 having served as the head of the stage management and arts entrepreneurship programs at the University of Iowa as well as the Executive Director of the Iowa Summer Rep. As a member of the Performing Arts faculty, he oversees Front-of-House operations for department productions. His research includes the National Stage Manager Survey, the largest more…
Author of Managing Arts Organizations,
David Andrew Snider is the author of the new book Managing Arts Organizations and is currently the executive & artistic director of the Hubbard Hall Center for the Arts and Education and a lecturer in the Arts Administration Program at Skidmore College.
Assistant Professor of Practice in Arts Management,
A native of New Haven, Connecticut, Dawn Gibson-Brehon has over 30 years of experience in the field of arts management, working with Dance Theatre of Harlem, The Apollo Theater, Philadanco, CSU Monterey Bay, Forces of Nature, the NY Foundation for the Arts, and Pew Charitable Trust, among others.
Associate Professor of the Practice / Program Director, Boston University Arts Administration Program,
Doug DeNatale is director of the Boston University Arts Administration Program. He previously served as Director of Research for the New England Foundation for the Arts (NEFA), where he played an instrumental role in early creative economy work.
Chair, Department of Arts Administration,
University of Kentucky
Dr. Rachel Shane is the Chair of the Department of Arts Administration at University of Kentucky where she oversees the BA, MA, and Ph.D. She is Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Arts Management, Law and Society; President of Social Theory, Politics, & the Arts; and was a Board Member for AAAE.
Assistant Professor of Arts Administration,
Wen Guo is Assistant Professor of Arts Administration at the Department of Art at Elon University. She received her Ph.D. in Cultural Policy and Arts Administration from the Ohio State University. She studies a broad array of topics in arts administration and cultural policy with both qualitative and quantitative methods. She is a recent research fellow of the Strategic National Arts Alumni Pro more…
Board Member, Associate Professor,
ENCATC, Health and Life Sciences Department – Link Campus University (Rome, Italy)
Elena Borin is Associate Professor in Business Administration for Link Campus University (Rome, Italy). Previously, she was Director of the MSc in Arts and Cultural Management and Coordinator of the Research team in Arts and Cultural Management at the Burgundy School of Business (Dijon, France). She holds a Ph.D. in Economics at the University of Ferrara (Ferrara, Italy) and was awarded the tit more…
Program Director and Assistant Professor of Nonprofit Leadership Studies,
Murray State University
Elise Lael Kieffer holds a PhD in Art Education with a focus on Arts Administration, a Masters in Public Administration and graduate certificates in nonprofit management and program evaluation. Her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree is in Musical Theatre performance.
lecturer and researcher,
Argentinean Network of Cultural Management, National University of the Arts and the National University of Córdoba
Federico Escribal is a cultural manager with expertise in cultural policies, diversity and cultural rights. Trained at the National University of Tres de Febrero, he teaches at the National University of the Arts and at the National University of Córdoba in both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. He has been a guest lecturer at the National University of Colombia. His research field is cult more…
Gabriela Shutt (she/her) joined the Pacific Northwest Ballet in July as a member of the inaugural cohort of the Seattle Arts Fellowship. In her role as the 2021-2022 PNB Community Education Fellow, she is working on increasing sensory-accessibility throughout PNB’s programming. As a recent graduate of the M.A. in Arts Administration program at Florida State University, Gabriela is passionate ab more…
National Coalition for Arts' Preparedness & Emergency Response
Throughout her career in arts management and education and prior to becoming Executive Director of National Coalition for Arts’ Preparedness & Emergency Response and the Performing Arts Coordinator for the Performing Arts Readiness Project in 2017, Jan Newcomb directed eight arts organizations including the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, Charleston Symphony Orchestra, four arts councils more…
Assistant Professor of Practice in Arts Management,
Janis Astor del Valle (writer-performer-educator) uses her plays and films to foster discourse and understanding of LGBTQ issues and cultural diversity. She has served as an Assistant Professor in the Practice of Arts Management and Entrepreneurship at SUNY Purchase since 2013. Janis co-produced StatueFest On Stage at the Puerto Rican Traveling Theater (PRTT).
Jay Pension is the co-author of the forthcoming monograph How to Market the Arts published by Oxford University Press, and the textbook Business Issues in the Arts published by Routledge. Over the past 15 years Jay has worked as a producer on over 100 theatre productions in Boston and New York City for both regional theatres and off-Broadway. He holds an MFA in Theatre Management and is complet more…
Jeff M. Poulin is an American educationalist, cultural administrator, and social entrepreneur whose work is grounded in social justice and seeks transformative local solutions to complex global challenges. He has built a career influencing change by leveraging systems, increasing civic participation, and improving cultural understanding through the pursuit of research, leadership development, a more…
Jen Benoit-Bryan is the President of Slover Linett Audience Research, a firm that uses the tools of research and evaluation to help the cultural sector understand its participants and communities, experiment with new strategies for engagement, and connect more deeply. Over the past eight years, Jen has worked on wide-ranging, often multi-year projects with a variety of clients across the cultur more…
Research Associate Professor and Research Director of the Arts Impact Initiative in the College of Fine and Applied Arts; SNAAP Board Vice President & Research Director,
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC)
Jennifer Novak-Leonard, PhD, is Research Associate Professor and Research Director of the Arts Impact Initiative in the College of Fine and Applied Arts at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Her work focuses on the social roles of arts, artists, and creativity; how they impact people and communities; and implications for policy and practice. She specializes in the development and u more…
Assistant Professor of Music,
Wayne State University
Jeremy Peters (he/him) is an Assistant Professor of Music (Business and Entrepreneurship) at Wayne State University. Before joining Wayne State, he was the Director of Music Publishing for Ghostly International, and currently co-owns Quite Scientific Records. He maintains an active performing schedule as a bass vocalist.
Associate Professor / Arts Management Coordinator,
University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point
Jim O'Connell serves as Associate Professor/Coordinator of the Arts Management program at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. He holds an M.A. in Arts Administration from the University of Wisconsin-Madison (Bolz Center) and an A.B. in Drama and Government from Dartmouth College.
Chair, Department of Entrepreneurship and Leadership; Director, EXCEL Lab School of Music, Theatre & Dance,
University of Michigan
Jonathan Kuuskoski helps artists self-start careers. He is currently chair of the Department of Entrepreneurship and Leadership and director of the EXCEL Lab at the University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre & Dance. In these roles, he oversees wide-ranging entrepreneurship and career development resources, including extensive career advising, workshops featuring diverse arts leaders, more…
Director, Research & Knowledge,
Jordan Campbell is an American actor, scholar, and educator. He currently serves as the Director of Research & Knowledge at Creative Generation, working at the intersection of arts & culture, youth, and social justice. Jordan also stars as Tony in Shear Madness, playing at the Kennedy Center.
Julie Goodman is an Associate Professor of Arts Administration & Museum Leadership and Department Head of Arts & Entertainment Enterprise at Drexel University. Her research explores intersections of policy and practice in the creative industries.
Director of Arts Administration & Assistant Professor,
Florida State University
Karen Munnelly is the Director of Arts Administration & an Assistant Professor in the College of Music at Florida State University. She previously served as the Director of Professional Programs at the University of Texas. Karen received her PhD in Arts Administration, Education & Policy from The Ohio State University.
Internship Coordinator & Lecturer,
University of Kentucky, Department of Arts Administration
Kathryn develops curriculum and teaches courses for both the undergraduate and graduate programs for the Department of Arts Administration. Topics include marketing, brand development, digital design, and emotional intelligence. Kathryn teaches AAD103, the second course in the Department’s emotional intelligence series, which focuses on self-awareness and self-management.
Keith Kaminski is a queer, Brooklyn-based nonprofit professional with seventeen years of experience in community-focused arts, education, and equity work. They hold an MPA with a concentration in nonprofit administration from CUNY Baruch College and a BFA in art education from Syracuse University.
Director of Undergraduate Studies & Lecturer,
University of Kentucky, Department of Arts Administration
Lee Erik Eachus is the Director of Undergraduate Studies and a Lecturer in the Department of Arts Administration at the University of Kentucky. Lee teaches courses in fundraising and development and oversees curricular changes within the department, including developing and teaching the course on empathy within the department’s emotional intelligence series.
Strategic National Arts Alumni Program (SNAAP)
Lee Ann Scotto Adams is the executive director of the Strategic National Arts Alumni Project (SNAAP). She is an experienced administrator and an advocate for art and design higher education. She has over 15 years of experience working in nonprofit management and higher education in the arts. Prior to joining SNAAP, she served as executive director of the Association of Arts Administration Educa more…
Project Director & Research Operations Lead,
Slover Linnett Audience Research
Madeline Smith designs research studies that answer our clients’ strategic and tactical questions about public engagement. Equally expert at qualitative and quantitative methods, Madeline helps cultural changemakers deepen participation, develop new capacities, and build the audiences of the future. Her projects have ranged from community engagement studies for art museum (including the Nelson- more…
Assistant Professor of Practice,
Purchase College, State University of New York
Chair of the undergraduate B.A. in arts management at Purchase College (SUNY), Maria Guralnik has extensive experience in artist career management, program development, promotion and concert production. She is the personal representative for nationally acclaimed concert pianist Frederic Chiu and curates an annual arts festival at Lake Mohonk Mountain House in Ulster County, New York.
Assistant Professor of Arts Management,
Melissa Forstrom, PhD is an assistant professor at Purchase College. Recently, she coedited and contributed to Museum Innovation (Routledge, 2021), has authored a handful of academic chapters and articles, and is under contract with Routledge for a monograph titled, Interpreting Islamic Art in Europe and the United States(forthcoming, 2023).
Melody joined Slover Linett in April 2020 amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. As a researcher, Melody has worked with clients such as the Library of Congress, Signature Theatre, Whippoorwill Arts, StoryCorps, The High Line, The Morton Arboretum, Carnegie Museum of Natural History as well as our collaborative national studies, Culture + Community in a Time of Crisis: A Special COVID Edition of Culture more…
Arts Administration Doctoral Student at the University of Kentucky,
University of Kentucky
Michael Pritchard (he/him) is a doctoral student pursuing his PhD in Arts Administration at the University of Kentucky. A graduate of the M.A. Arts Administration program at Florida State University, he has worked in the field through theatre marketing, programming, and education across the Southeast. His research interests include trans-national cultural consumption and its impact on minority more…
Grincheva's research focuses on museology and digital diplomacy. Her publications include two books: Museum Diplomacy in the Digital Age and Global Trends in Museum Diplomacy. Currently she is working on a new monograph, Geopolitics of Digital Heritage, forthcoming with Cambridge University Press.
Noor Danielle Murteza is a PhD student in the Arts Administration, Education, and Policy program. She received her bachelor’s degree in interior design from the United Arab Emirates. There, she was involved with Art Dubai and worked with their educational initiatives. Previously, Noor worked with after-school art activities at community centers, as well as professional work in interior design. more…
Assistant Teaching Professor, Arts Administration and Museum Leadership,
Drexel University, Westphal College of Media Arts & Design
Pamela Yau is a Philadelphia-based arts administration educator, producer, and publicist. She has taught in graduate arts administration programs at Columbia University's Teachers College and Drexel University.
Professor, School of Planning, Public Policy and Management,
University of Oregon
Patricia Dewey Lambert, PhD, is professor and director of graduate studies in arts management in the University of Oregon’s School of Planning, Public Policy and Management. She leads the Professionalization Committee for the National Organization for Arts in Health.
Chief of Staff, Office of the Chief of Staff,
National Endowment for the Arts
Ra Joy brings more than 25 years of senior leadership experience in the arts, public policy, and nonprofit management to the National Endowment for the Arts. Previously, Joy served as executive director for CHANGE Illinois, a nonpartisan coalition leading systemic political and government reform. From 2007 to 2015, he served as executive director of Arts Alliance Illinois, one of the nation’s m more…
Robert Wildman (he/him), an Associate Professor at Winthrop University, has also taught for UNC School of the Arts, LIU Post, Goucher College, and the Yale School of Drama. Robert was also Managing Director of Connecticut Repertory Theatre and Press and Marketing Director at Yale Repertory and Long Wharf Theatres.
Robin Amy Gordon is a PhD student in the Arts Administration, Education and Policy program. She is a theatre educator, administrator, and artist dedicated to helping individuals and organizations develop agency, practice healthy interdependence, and expand their capacity for growth and change. As an alumna of Oregon Campus Compact’s Executive Learning Series on Equity and Empowerment, a Certifi more…
During a 20-year career in the arts, Shannon has held management positions at Dublin Fringe Festival, BAM, The Public Theater, Orlando Shakespeare Theater, Enzian Theater and the Florida Film Festival. She has a B.A. in English Literature from the University of Central Florida.
Program Director, Arts Management,
University of Toronto Scarborough - UTSC
Sherri Helwig is the Program Director of the longest-running undergraduate Arts Management program in Canada (at the University of Toronto Scarborough - UTSC) and President of the Canadian Association of Arts Administration Educators (CAAAE). She has managed national and international projects in senior leadership roles with national arts service organizations, and has served in invited roles s more…
MFA in Arts Leadership Candidate, 2022,
Stefanie Fatooh is a traditional dance artist and arts administrator based in Seattle, WA where she works for the contemporary performing arts organization On the Boards. She is currently completing her MFA in Arts Leadership at Seattle University.
Professor & Program Director,
Eastern Michigan University
Susan Badger Booth (she/her) has an extensive background as an artist, manager, and educator. Professor Booth has been on the Arts Management & Administration Faculty at Eastern Michigan since 2006, where she works to connect university resources to local artists and cultural organizations. In the winter of 2020 Booth was a Fulbright scholar in Seoul, South Korea.
Tamryn is a PhD student in the Arts Administration, Education and Policy program with a concentration in Art Education. Tamryn is an artist, educator, and arts administrator with experience in museums, schools, organizations, and universities. Most recently she managed 9 temporary public art projects at Penn State University as part of the university's Campus Arts Initiative. Tamryn was the Tra more…
Tanya Sharp (TANya) is a creative technology professional from Seattle, WA. Putting her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design from Western Washington University to intentional use, her 20+ year career includes graphic/web design, user experience design, commercial art design, and high-profile project management of design teams. She also is a recent MFA Arts Leadership graduate from Seattle Un more…
Vice President & Director of Research,
Slover Linett Audience Research
Tanya Treptow is a white researcher a VP & Director of Research for Slover Linett Audience Research, a firm that uses the tools of research and evaluation to help the cultural sector understand its participants and communities, experiment with new strategies for engagement, and connect more deeply. Tanya’s passion for naturalistic and participatory research methods, coupled with her backgro more…
MA in Arts Administration student,
Thomas Breeden is an arts administrator, writer, and musician. They are currently pursuing a Master of Arts in Arts Administration from Goucher College and will graduate in May 2022. Their administrative background is in communications and development work at various nonprofit arts organizations.
Dr. Bourgeois returns to Ohio State University’s Department of Arts Administration, Education and Policy as an Assistant Professor of Arts Management. Her research examines the relationship between sports mega-events and cultural organizations. Bourgeois’ recent publications can be found in Place Branding and Public Diplomacy and the American Journal of Arts Management.
Performing Arts Readiness project/LYRASIS
Tom Clareson is Project Director of the Performing Arts Readiness (PAR) project. He serves as Senior Consultant for Digital & Preservation Services at LYRASIS, consulting and teaching nationally and internationally on preservation, disaster preparedness, digitization, digital preservation, special collections/archives, remote storage, funding, strategic planning, and advocacy for libraries, more…
Ursula Kuhar (she/her) joined the faculty of the O'Neill School of Public and Environment Affairs in August 2016. She teaches undergraduate and graduate courses on performing arts organizations, leadership and organizational behavior, and arts education She is the founding director of the O’Neill in Israel study abroad program.
Content Developer and Instructor, Contemporary Arts and Cultural Management Certificate,
University of New Brunswick
Victoria Steele is a non-profit management consultant and educator with 40 years’ management experience in performing arts, community engagement and advocacy including 19 years with Canada’s National Arts Centre. She is currently President of Arts Consultants Canada.
Associate Professor & Program Director; President, Association of Arts Administration Educators,
Ximena Varela is a researcher, educator, and consultant with more than 25 years of experience in arts management curricular design (both on campus and online), museum management, international cultural policy, management practice, marketing strategy, arts management research, and culturally sustainable development. A skilled negotiator and facilitator, she has worked with and advised internatio more…