This podcast is intended to be truth telling by, for and about the nonprofit sector. We will share stories about the people, the drama, and the dynamics. The show will consist of a quick review of news and books, narratives, blue to red connections, and quizzes for people that work in nonprofits. Ge… read more
Julie Baker, from a broad perspective of the arts, with a commitment to equity, speaks to the importance of arts in our civic spaces -- urban and rural. From a professional gallery, to arts administration to arts advocacy, her expansive view of the possibilities is intriguing and inspiring.
Prior to becoming Executive Director of Californians for The Arts and California Arts Advocates in October of 2018, Julie served on the board for four years as chair of the membership committee and of Confluence, an arts advocacy conference. She serves as the California State Captain to Americans for the Arts', National Arts Action Summit and is chair of the visibility committee for the State Arts Action Network. From 2009-2017, Julie served as the Executive Director of The Center for the Arts, a non-profit performing arts venue and California WorldFest, an annual music and camping festival located in Grass Valley, CA.
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