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Steven Raider Ginsburg is an executive leadership coach, artistic and executive director with extensive experience developing and delivering community engaged arts programs focused on change-making.
For over two decades Steve has provided executive leadership to non-profit arts, higher education, civic and philanthropic organizations. Today Steven leads the forward-thinking and globally curated Autorino Center for the Arts at the University of Saint Joseph, serving over 30,000 guests a year with acclaimed arts and humanities programs. From 2001-2015 as the co-founding Executive Artistic Director of HartBeat Ensemble (Hartford, CT) Steven created award-wining theater work which championed under-heard and under-seen narratives with a highly developed aesthetic. Steven’s experience has focused on developing diverse, equitable and sustainable structures of leadership embedded in staff, board, and community with a realistic eye towards funding. Always motivated to expand his skill set Steven attended advanced programs for arts leadership and curation at Harvard Business School, Ross School of Business and Wesleyan University.
If you are looking for a coach to help you strategize to reach your full potential, build a joyful practice with a justice oriented, anti-racist lens let’s connect.
“Steve helped lift up themes out of all my ramblings—all the different projects I juggle in my work and life. I was able to re-find, name, and re-center the thing I love the most in my work— my design process— and start a plan to reorganize my days so I can amplify this core creative practice.” —Megan Bullock, Creative Director & Founder, Studio Mesh
“Working with Steve was incredibly valuable.” – Scott Burkholder, Burkholder Agency, Baltimore, MD
“Steve helped me concentrate on the smaller steps without losing sight of the larger whole.” – Sharon Fantl, Redfern Arts Center, Keene State College