Exploring Functional Power Sharing as Tools for Change
Recorded On: 02/25/2022
About this Webinar
Power sharing needs to begin at ALL levels before you can consider creating a shared executive leadership structure. This workshop will introduce attendees to the process currently ongoing at the Alliance of Resident Theatres/New York to create a new executive leadership structure that aligns with the organization’s values.
Participants will walk away with:
- An introduction to functional power sharing at all management and co-working levels as a tool for change.
- Language to begin conversations about shared leadership with all stakeholders within their organization.
- Ideas about how to collaborate between Staff and Board.
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Senior Manager of Individual Giving and Events
Audrey Rush (she/her)- A.R.T./New York's Senior Manager of Individual Giving and Events is dedicated to creating innovative and compassionate spaces where theatre makers and supporters can come together. Her work ranges from event coordination and community outreach to the development of A.R.T./New York's individual donor programming and messaging. Outside of the virtual office, Audrey is an advocate for compassion and inclusion, a comedy writer, director, and the cohost of If These Walls... A Storytelling Podcast. She divides her time between New York and Columbus, Ohio, where she proudly dons her "Fun Aunt" hat.
Senior Manager of Programs
David E. Shane (he/him/his) is the Senior Manager of Programs for A.R.T./New York where he is responsible for administering Professional Development, Access, Education and Anti-Oppression Initiatives for over 400 member organizations. Alongside the A.R.T./New York team, he developed and teaches a theatre-specific Sexual Harassment Prevention Training curriculum which meets the legal requirements of NYC/NYS laws and provides tools for shifting the culture toward safe, consent based working environments. Prior to joining A.R.T./New York, David held positions as the Program Director for StageSource in Boston, MA and Associate Artistic Director of the Bristol Valley Theater in Naples, NY where in addition to artistic planning and producing he oversaw the organization's marketing and fundraising efforts. He is also a freelance director specializing in the development and production of new work for the American stage.