Residing in Trenton, Mr. Stewart is currently a supervisor in the Rutgers Department of Administration & Public Safety. He is working towards a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Film, Television and New Media Production.
Ms. Bursk is a visual artist who concentrates her practice mainly in drawing/painting and performance/video. She works as a consultant to local arts non-profits, specializing in administration and management. She holds a certificate in Non-Profit Management from LaSalle University’s Non-profit Center, a Masters in Fine Arts from Rutgers University and a Bachelors in Fine Arts from Temple University’s Tyler School of Arts.
A Trenton resident, working in a family owned local business, Mr. Beck has a BFA the Maryland Institute College of Art; Baltimore, MD.
Mrs. Burke earned her Bachelors of Arts Degree from the College of New Jersey and a Masters in Management from the University of Phoenix. She is currently employed with the NJ Division of Children and Families Office of Adolescent Services as a Program Support Specialist. Her career has been dedicated to working with at risk youth, specifically in the Mercer County area. Mrs. Burke also serves as the Executive Director for the Trenton African American Cultural Festival.
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Mr. Chukumba is a Trenton resident and president of InterSearchMedia an SEO, PPC, social media, web usability and website development, mobile and video internet marketing company.
A Trenton resident, Ms. Flax, is the senior graphic designer for the Princeton Art Museum.
Ms Heidelberg is Assistant Professor of Arts Administration at Rider University. Her classes focus on how arts and culture intersect with international relations, public policy, and social justice. She is the Internship Coordinator and runs the professional development series within the arts administration curriculum. Brea earned her PhD in Arts Administration, Education and Policy from The Ohio State University in 2012.
A Trenton resident, Ms. Horan is an art teacher at Pond Road Middle School in Robbinsville, NJ. She has a Masters of Education, with Highest Honors, from Columbia University Teachers College, New York, NY. She founded a community group, Care Trenton, to help clean up the neighborhood streets. She regularly takes art to the streets of Trenton with her pop-up mural program, setting up easels, large boards and providing paint and brushes to anyone who wants to join in.
A Trenton resident, Mr. Howard is the Executive Director of Urban Mission Cabinet, an organization focusing on the revitalization, redevelopment and transformation of urban churches and the development of projects that bring communities together, such as community gardens. He graduated from The Art Institute of Philadelphia.
Ms Loayza is a Trenton resident and the Press Secretary to the New Jersey Assembly Democrats. She serves as liaison between Assembly members and reporters and create messages to communicate Assembly Democratic views to constituencies. Responsibilities include writing press releases, op-eds, letters to the editor and speeches, as well as coordinating press conferences and media appearances.
A Trenton resident, Mr. Martin is the Executive Director of the Trenton Downtown Association, which manages the SID in the downtown area and markets and promotes the Trenton arts and historical attractions through a Destination Marketing Organization (DMO) grant from the NJ Division of Travel.
Mr. Peeples, a Trenton resident, works in his family’s business A-Phase Electric Inc. and his own technology consulting firm, Peeples Choice Consulting.
Mr. Rosen is President of Commercial Cleaning Corporation in Ewing, N.J. He is also active with the Trenton Rotary.
Ms. Wreen is currently serving as the Senior Vice President of Administration and Managing Director of Symphony Space, a multi-disciplinary, not-for-profit performing arts institution in New York City. She has a Masters Degree in Arts History from the City University of New York, Hunter College.