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Theresa Remick manages and implements a range of communications activities to increase awareness of National Arts Strategies and the NAS team. As Communications Manager, she is responsible for marketing, recruitment and managing the application process for our programs, including The Chief Executive Program and Business of Arts and Culture seminars. Theresa co-led the development of our ArtsJournal blog, Field Notes, and serves as the blog's managing editor. In this role, she directs the NAS team on all aspects of the blog's production, from idea generation to publication. In addition, she manages general NAS communications activities including editorial planning and writing, maintaining the NAS website, developing social media and engagement initiatives and managing the NAS customer database.
Prior to joining the NAS team, Theresa served in marketing, communications and administrative roles at Washington National Opera, The Metropolitan Opera, Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts and Joe’s Pub at the Public Theater and worked on marketing, communications and fundraising for freelance clients ranging from a theatrical clowning company to a jazz ensemble. In a past life, she also worked as an intellectual property paralegal. Theresa earned an M.F.A. in Performing Arts Management from Brooklyn College and a B.M. in Vocal Performance from Eastman School of Music, where she held offices in both the Student Association and the Mu Upsilon chapter of Mu Phi Epsilon.
Theresa is passionate about discovering meaningful ways to engage audiences in an effort to establish relevance and create value. She is proud to have served as a panel chair for the Brooklyn Arts Council’s Regrant Program and enjoys working with young leaders who share her passion for the arts. She finds peace and equilibrium by being in nature and is happiest on top of mountains, surrounded by giant trees or experimenting in the kitchen.