Aimee brings a distinctive international career in arts policy and a strong record of scholarly publication and presentation to the role. She has worked as a researcher, policy adviser, program manager and deputy director for such notable institutions as the British Council, National Endowment for the Arts, Americans for the Arts, UNESCO, Institute of International Education, American Voices, the Foundation Center, and other prestigious companies and organizations in the non-profit arts and international cultural policy sector. Her academic experience includes a recent stint at London’s University of Westminster, where she led the development of online programs in International Cultural Relations, and other courses of study, and taught undergraduate and graduate courses in Media and Communications, along with organizing and managing film festivals and academic conferences.
B.A. International Affairs (and a dance minor) from George Washington University
M.A.I.S. Public Policy/Public and Non-Profit Administration from George Mason University.
AMGT 602 – Seminar in Arts Management
AMGT 603 – Arts & Society