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THE BIG FESTIVAL ABOUT SMALL CITIES
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Jeannie Howe

Leading the Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance (GBCA), Jeannie Howe is responsible for convening the region's cultural community by connecting artists and organizations to one another and to vital resources, as well as advocating for the strategic needs of the sector and promoting greater equity and inclusion in the field. During her tenure, the organization has grown from a membership of 80 to nearly 400 and she has been responsible for the creation of groundbreaking new programs. Urban Arts Leadership was built to forward the careers of aspiring arts administrators of color and create greater equity and inclusion in the cultural workplace. She was also responsible for the launch and five-year management of the Rubys Artist Grants Program. Prior to joining the GBCA, Ms. Howe was founder and president of BayCliff Associates and provided management and fundraising consultation for various nonprofit clients including Everyman Theatre in Baltimore for whom she led a successful $17.7 million capital campaign. Her career has included leadership positions with a range of nonprofit organizations including the Alley Theatre, Baltimore Reads, and The Marrow Foundation (now Be the Match Foundation). Ms. Howe was president of the Everyman Theatre Board of Directors and has held many volunteer positions in the community including positions on the Board of Directors of the Baltimore Orchard Project, the Callaway Garrison Improvement Association, and as President of The LEADERship Alumni Association. She received a M.A. in Theatre from Miami University in Ohio and a B.A. in Theatre from St. Mary’s College of Maryland. She was honored as one of Maryland’s Top 100 Women in 2014 and 2017.



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