2019 Presenter 3



Teleconference

10/3/2017 9:00:00 AM

2019 Presenter 3

2019


Glen Lochrie

Brokaw-McDougall House

Scoring Closed

Materials

Agenda

Panelists (7)

  • County: Collier County

Bio:

County: Collier

Bio

  • Senior Director, Development Operations & Communications, Artis-Naples, Naples
  • Previously, Director of Development and Communications, United Arts of Central Florida
  • Earned three MAXI awards from the Direct Marketing Association of Washington, D.C while at George Washington’s Mount Vernon Estate, Museum & Gardens
  • B.B.A, Pace University, Lubin School of Business
  • County: Miami-Dade County

Bio:

County: MiamiDade

Bio

  • Executive and Artistic Director, Community Arts Program (CAP,) Conservatory for the Arts, Miami Jazz Institute, Summer Concert Series and Summer Master Classes, Miami
  • Previouly, Community Affairs Director and Producer for South Florida’s Classical Radio, WTMI FM
  • M.B.A, Marketing concentration; B.S., Music with a Voice concentration
  • County: Bay County

Bio:

County: Bay

Bio

  • Executive Director, Bay Arts Alliance, Panama City
  • Contributes editorial content to the arts section of Bay Life magazine with Roland Publishing and hosts a weekly radio show with WKGC, the local public radio station, focusing on local artists and arts events
  • Member at large on the board of the Florida Alliance for Arts Education and serves on the committee on Quality of Life with the Florida Chamber of Commerce Foundation's Six Pillars Caucus, and the board of Bay Regional Juvenile Detention Center in Panama City, Florida
  •  B.M., Florida State University School of Music
  • County: Pinellas County

Bio:

County: Pinellas

Bio

  • Executive Director, St. Petersburg Arts Alliance and Arts Consultant to the Mayor, City of St. Petersburg
  • Previously, President, Center for the Arts; Vice President of Advancement, Berklee College of Music; Managing Director, Arena Theatre, Tufts University; and Artistic Director, Boston Mime Theatre
  • M.A., Theatre, Emerson College; B.A., Emerson College; Arts Administration Certificate, University of Rhode Island

  • County: Miami-Dade County

Bio:

County: MiamiDade

Bio

  • Director, Pinecrest Gardens, Pinecrest
  • Previously, Director of Audience Development, Florida Grand Opera; Marketing Consultant; BOD Musicians Without Borders, US Division; President, Executive Creative Director, D’Arcy Macius Betton and Bowles, Romanian Affiliate; Vice President, Marketing and Sales, World Sports Enterprises; and Manager, Midwest Territory, John Blair Television Syndication Division
  • B.S., Speech & Music Minor, Northwestern University; Master of Arts in Theater, Northwestern University
  • County: Miami-Dade County

Bio:

County: MiamiDade

Bio

  • Managing Producer, MDC Live Arts, Miami, Florida
  • Founding Executive Director, Next@19th, a Jewish culture organization
  • 25+ years of non-profit arts management and producing; 25+ years Federal, Local and State grant panel service across disciplines in Florida, Georgia and California
  • M.F.A. in Interdisciplinary Arts, Goddard College; B.A. in Drama, Bennington College
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Bio

  • Executive Director, Jay and Susie Gogue Performing Arts Center, Auburn University, Alabama
  • Previously, Executive Director, Florida State University’s fine and performing arts series, Opening Nights Performing Arts; Executive Director of Riverside Fine Arts Series and the Friday Musicale; Arts Administrator for the Porter Center for the Performing Arts; and taught jazz saxophone, music theory, and music technology at the University of North Florida and Stetson University
  • Previously, President, Florida Professional Presenters Consortium, and active member of the Association of Performing Arts Presenters