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Veronique Le Melle


San Antonio, Texas
Central Time Zone (UTC−06:00)

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Veronique Le Melle began concentrating much of her professional energy on consulting projects in 2018. Her services range from general administration and interim management to executive coaching. In addition to her executive coaching, Ms. Le Melle studied Integrative Health Coaching at Duke University’s Institute of Integrative Medicine and is a nationally certified health and wellness coach. Much of her health coaching practice focuses on helping artists and arts managers to navigate wellness and selfcare effectively.

Before becoming an independent consultant, Veronique was the Executive Director of Artpace, Inc. from January 2016 until April 2018. During her tenure, she built on the organization’s rich history to develop new programmatic directions and established an enhanced community outreach to more than double its exhibition attendance. Additionally, Ms. Le Melle focused on identifying diversified earned income streams to create long-term stability for the organization.

Previously President and CEO of the Boston Center for the Arts (BCA) from 2009 through the end of 2015, Veronique revitalized BCA programs, spearheaded initiatives to increase services for working artists, and explored ways to connect with youth and community organizations in Boston’s vibrant South End.

Prior to her work in Boston, Le Melle directed a number of arts and cultural organizations including the Louisiana Division of the Arts. As the Division’s Executive Director, she successfully restructured Louisiana’s Grants Program and implemented a streamlined grant application process.

As Director of Cultural Affairs & Tourism for the Queens Borough President’s Office, her responsibilities included the oversight of cultural policy, grants administration and the development of tourism strategies for the Borough of Queens. Her charge was to support and advise both the established cultural institutions in Queens and new community-based arts groups who provide vital services within their neighborhoods.

Veronique holds an MPA in Public Policy & Administration from Columbia University-School of International and Public Affairs, an MFA in Performing Arts Management from Brooklyn College, and a BA in Economics/Business Administration from Colorado College.