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Leading ChangeMakers: A Workshop for Expanding NYC Arts Leadership

Please join me for “Leading ChangeMakers: A Workshop for Expanding NYC
Arts Leadership.” This is part of a new initiative that I have been
developing, with support from The New School’s Impact Entrepreneurial
Initiative.

This is your opportunity to engage with some of today’s leading arts
and humanities experts to examine the realities of systemic oppression
and bias in the workplace, all through the lens of personal and
collective advancement.

Experts include:

Kendal Henry, Director, Percent for Art, NYC Department of Cultural
Affairs, and Adjunct Professor, New York University’s Steinhardt
School of Culture, Education and Human Development

Sheila McDaniel, Deputy Director, Finance and Operations, Studio
Museum in Harlem

Monica Montgomery Nyathi, Co-Founder, Museum Hue and Founding
Director, Museum of Impact

Seph Rodney, Editor and Staff Writer, Hyperallergic, and Instructor,
New School and School of Visual Arts

Nelson Santos, Arts and Nonprofit Consultant, formerly Executive
Director of Visual AIDS

Kay Takeda, Vice President, Grants and Services, Lower Manhattan
Cultural Council

Light dinner will be served. Limited Scholarships are available.

Below are two links to the event invite. Please share with your networks:

https://www.facebook.com/events/249335898946620/?ti=cl

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/leading-changemakers-a-workshop-for-expanding-nyc-arts-leadership-tickets-44802683031?aff=eac2

Who Should Attend?
•Professionals with at least 5-7 years of experience working in the
arts and cultural sector.
•Individuals that self-identify as being African, Latino(a), Asian,
Arab and Native American (ALAANA), at all intersections of race,
class, color, ethnicity, genders, sexual orientation.
•Individuals that want to see more diversity in NYC arts leadership.
•Individuals that are looking to connect with other POC professionals
and experts.
•Mid-level managers that have an interest in building leadership
development tools.
•Individuals that are interested in addressing systemic oppression in
the arts and cultural sector.

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