Cultural and nonprofit organization placements for 2013/14 CLT grads

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Compiled by Bernie Petit
Communications Manager

Elizabeth Sheets of the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art, Erin Pais of Wells Fargo Securities, Scott Martin of Wells Fargo Securities, Mary Ellen George of Carolinas Healthcare System and Karen Cannon of Carolinas Healthcare System.
Elizabeth Sheets of the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art, Erin Pais of Wells Fargo Securities, Scott Martin of Wells Fargo Securities, Mary Ellen George of Carolinas Healthcare System and Karen Cannon of Carolinas Healthcare System.

The Arts & Science Council’s (ASC) Cultural Leadership Training (CLT) program identifies and prepares emerging leaders to serve cultural organizations and nonprofits across our community. ASC is pleased to announce the following cultural and nonprofit organization placements for 2013/14 CLT graduates:

Rachel Banks, Carolinas HealthCare System – Possiblity Project
Courtney Channell, GreerWalker, LLP – Possibility Project / Playing for Others
Jessica Churchill, Bank of America – Children’s Theatre
Whitney Combs, Queens University of Charlotte – Mint Museum
Melissa Countryman, JE Dunn Construction – Children’s Theatre
Michael DePalma, Duke Energy – Theatre Charlotte
Adam Doerr, Robinson, Bradshaw & Hinson, PA – Sustain Charlotte
Bernadette Donovan-Merkert, UNC Charlotte – Community School of the Arts
Mary Ellen George, Carolinas HealthCare System – Bechtler Museum of Modern Art
Amanda Guile, civic volunteer – Clayworks
Robert Hall, U.S. Trust – Carolina Raptor Center
Kate Hussmann, Charlotte Hornets – ASC
Melissa Kennedy, Duke Energy – Possibility Project
Steve Kinney, North Highland – Blumenthal Performing Arts
Candice Langston, UNC Charlotte, College of Arts + Architecture – Carolina Raptor Center
Sasha Levons, Helen Adams Realty – Community School of the Arts
Elizabeth Nagari, CMS/South Mecklenburg High School – Mint Museum
Tyler Niess, Crescent Communities – Levine Museum of the New South
Patrick Paige, Jenkins-Peer Architects – Festival in the Park
Erin Pais, Wells Fargo Securities – Bechtler Museum of Modern Art
Joy Pinchback, Wells Fargo – Actor’s Theatre of Charlotte
Sara Piner, Bank of America Global Capital Management – Community School of the Arts
Josh Pittman, Grant Thornton LLP – Theatre Charlotte
Scott Shail, Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein LLP – Community School of the Arts
Ziya Tarapore, civic volunteer – Mint Museum
Mike Vasaune, Wells Fargo – ASC
Luke Volkmar, Neighboring Concepts – Carolina Raptor Center
Stephanie Walker, Grant Thornton LLP – Carolina Raptor Center
Justin Wilkes, Elliott Davis PLLC – Jazz Arts Initiative

The nine-month CLT program gives participants a deeper understanding of the cultural community through educational sessions and cultural events and programs. Participants serve one-year apprenticeships or as board or committee members of local cultural organizations and nonprofits at the conclusion of the program.

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