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Join colleagues around the world to develop your leadership skills and cultivate your knowledge of the field. Learn at your own pace, for free. Enroll today »

Creative Community Launchpad »

Bainbridge Island, WA | March 17-20, 2016
Fellows attend a three-day in-person feedback session where they present their project pitch to national funders and leaders in the field of creative placemaking and receive feedback.

Executive Program in Arts & Culture Strategy »

University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, PA | March 2-5, 2016

Students will meet their colleagues, learn about key concepts such as negotiation, decision-making and human-centered design and meet the NAS & Penn teaching teams.



Jamey Stowell

Jamey Stowell


NAS Associate

Jamey Stowell is an Associate of National Arts Strategies and Assistant Dean for Executive Education at the McDonough School of Business, Georgetown University, where he is responsible for developing and implementing custom programs centering on global leadership and operations, strategy and change management for U.S. and international organizations. Working closely with National Arts Strategies since 2003, he developed executive seminars on Strategy, Creative Alliances and Managing People in concert with top academics to improve leadership in the U.S. arts and culture field.

Throughout his extensive career as a business strategy and organization development consultant, Jamey has diagnosed and solved significant organizational challenges for corporate and nonprofit clients nationally. Jamey has served as faculty associate for the Executive Program for Nonprofit Leaders in the Stanford Graduate School of Business; coached high-potential leaders on interpersonal skill development and leadership in the Stanford MBA course Interpersonal Dynamics; and facilitated team development retreats for Silicon Valley companies. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Social Psychology from Duke University and Master’s degree in Education Policy from Stanford University.


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