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Meet the Executive Program in Arts & Culture Strategy Class of 2016

Posted December 1, 2015

EP01Leadership in the arts and culture sector requires grit, confidence and the ability to find new possibilities around every corner. The right tools and frameworks help make this navigation possible. We are proud to partner with the University of Pennsylvania, School of Social Policy and Practice to provide a cultural leadership program that gives participants the ability to stand firm in the business side of the industry through an ivy-league curriculum, grounded in real-world experience.

Over the next eight months, participants from around the world will come together online and in-person to strengthen their leadership capacity and grow their knowledge of management in the arts and culture field. We are honored to announce these talented individuals who make up the second class of the Executive Program in Arts & Culture Strategy. Please join us in congratulating the newest members of the Executive Program in Arts & Culture Strategy!

Sarah Andrew Wilson, Levine Music (Silver Spring, MD)
James Bondelid, St. Paul’s Chestnut Hill (Oreland, PA)
Luz Helena Cano Diaz, (Bogota, Columbia)
Michelle Chartrand, Omaha Children’s Museum (Omaha, NE)
Samuel Chesser, (Miami Springs, FL)
Elliot Davis, Museum of Fine Arts Boston (Dedham, MA)
Kerry DiGiacomo, Philadelphia Museum of Art (Philadelphia, PA)
Barika Edwards, American Documentary | POV (Brooklyn, NY)
Sue Elliott, The Royal Conservatory of Music (Toronto, ON)
Adam Erickson, The Aspen Institute (Forest Hills, NY)
Malcolm Evans, Fractured Atlas (Queens, NY)
Becky Flynn, Arkansas Symphony Orchestra (Little Rock, AR)
Hanaah Frechette, Flamenco Vivo Carlota Santana (Brooklyn, NY)
Deron Hall, Memphis Music Initiative (Memphis, TN)
Emily Hirsch, Krannert Center for Performing Arts (Bethesda, MD)
Jason Holland, (Sergerstrom Center for the Arts (Costa Mesa, CA)
Theresa Hubbard, Fractured Atlas (Brooklyn, NY)
Courtney Kalbacker, URBANARIAS (Baltimore, MD)
Emily Kuret, Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra (Ann Arbor, MI)
Romola Lucas, The Caribbean Film Academy (Brooklyn, NY)
Christina McClelland, Center for Visual Art, Metropolitan State University (Denver, CO)
Shaheena Ormerod-Sachedina, The Institute of Ismaili Studies (Caterham, UK)
Nafsika Papadopoulou, John S. Latsis Public Benefit Foundation (Athens, Greece)
Orsolya Pati, K2 Theatre (Budapest, Hungary)
Eric Rivera, (Philadelphia, PA)
Diana Sanchez, International Film Festival Panama & Toronto International Film Festival (Toronto, ON)
Abhijit Sengupta, Da Camera of Houston (Houston, TX)
Lindsay So, Office of Arts, Culture & the Creative Economy (Philadelphia, PA)
Allison Titman, American Alliance of Museums (Greenbelt, MD)
Dennis Whipple, Great River Educational Arts Theatre (Waite Park, MN)

 

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