2020 Multidisciplinary General Program Support Level 1



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2020 Multidisciplinary General Program Support Level 1

2020


Gaylen Phillips

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  • County: Collier County

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County: Collier

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  • Executive Director, United Arts Council of Collier County, Naples, Florida
  • Previously, President and Chief Financial Officer, furniture design and manufacturing company, Mantua, Ohio; and Director of Regional Arts Development, Creative Northland and Director of Northland Regional Chamber of Commerce, New Zealand
  • M.A., Arts Administration, University of Akron and B.F.A, Savannah College of Art and Design
  • County: Hillsborough County

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County: Hillsborough

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  • Director of Development, Tampa Theatre (Tampa, Florida)
  • 10 years of non-profit experience in public relations, advocacy, grant proposal development, individual and major gifts, event planning, membership program development and strategic communication at three nonprofit organizations: Carnegie Hall in New York City, Ruth Eckerd Hall in Clearwater, Florida, and Tampa Theatre in Tampa, Florida
  • M.S., Public Relations and Corporate Communication, New York University(New York, NY); B.S., Public Relations, University of Florida (Gainesville, Florida)
  • County: Lee County

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County: Lee

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  • Director, Rauschenberg Residency, Captiva
  • 6 years in current position as director of multidisciplinary artists’ residency program on the site of artist Robert Rauschenberg’s former home and studio complex in Captiva Island, Florida
  • 2 years as a private consultant in board management, strategic planning and institutional evaluation for cultural organizations, foundations and artists’ communities
  • 17 years as Executive Director of Atlantic Center for the Arts, an interdisciplinary artists’ community in New Smyrna Beach, Florida (7 as ED, and 10 in development, grant writing, and communications)
  • B.A., Journalism, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
  • County: Pinellas County

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County: Pinellas

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  • Executive Director, Creative Clay, St. Petersburg
  • Previously, Volunteer Coordinator, Program Manager, Associate Director of Arts Services and Director of Arts Education, Creative Clay
  • 2008's Creative Clay Emerging Leader
  • B.A. in Creative Writing and minors in Art and English, University of Tampa; MA coursework completion in Montessori education
  • County: Broward County

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County: Broward

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  • Executive Director, Choreographer, and Grant writer for Jayadevi Arts Inc for 10 years
  • Governor at National Association of Nonprofit Organizations and Executives (NANOE)
  • A recent graduate of the American Broadcast School as a Air Talent for TV Radio and Event
  • Bachelors in Public Administration 
  • County: Okaloosa County

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County: Okaloosa

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  • Chair, Division of Humanities, Fine, and Performing Arts, and Gallery Director, Mattie Kelly Arts Center, Northwest Florida State College, Niceville
  • 14 years experience in the arts, including 14 years in curatorial work and 9 years gallery management and teaching/service within an interdisciplinary arts/humanities academic department
  • Ed.D., Administration, University of West Florida, Pensacola; Ed.S., Curriculum and Instruction, University of West Florida; M.A., Art History, Indiana University, Bloomington; B.A., Art, Rhodes College, Memphis, Tennessee
  • County: Orange County

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County: Orange

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  • Grants Manager, Dr. Phillips Center for the Preforming Arts, Orlando
  • Previously Director of Grants Management, Lawrence Hall Youth Services, Chicago, Illinois; Grants Officer, America’s Families United, Washington, D.C.; Researcher, Nuestra Musica: Latino Chicago, Smithsonian Folklife Festival
  • Founder, Puerto Rican Organization for the Performing Arts
  • B.A., Theater and BA, Psychology, University of Illinois at Chicago; M.S., Community Psychology, Springfield College; 18 Ph.D. courses, Performance Studies, Northwestern University