Faculty

ArtsLab’s curriculum specialists and faculty are consistently respected educators and thought leaders in the field of arts administration and nonprofit leadership who offer diverse insight into sustaining and strengthening the arts sector.  Faculty currently or previously involved:

Kate Barr

Executive Director, Nonprofits Assistance Fund and adjunct faculty in nonprofit finance at several universities.
 

William Cleveland

Founder and director of the Center for the Study of Art and Community, working in arts-based community development

Kathleen Corley

Instructor and advisor in the Arts and Cultural Leadership Program, University of Minnesota. Professional consulting specialized in assessing organizational structure, finance, and operating systems.

Anne Hunter

Founder, HunterSage Marketing.

Lori L. Jacobwith 

Founder and principal of Ignited Fundraising, strategist and trainer in the area of individual giving.

Mai Moua

Founder and president of Leadership Paradigms, Inc., specializing in leadership development, especially across cultures.

Scott Taylor

Faculty, Small Business Administration, South Central College