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San Diego, California,92106
Founded in 1975, The San Diego Foundation's purpose is to promote and increase effective and responsible charitable giving. The Foundation manages more than $641 million in assets, almost half of which reside in permanent endowment funds that extend the impact... more.
San Diego County Art Commission
City of San Diego Commission for Arts and Culture
Interim Executive Director
Young Audiences San Diego
FOCUS ST. LOUIS
Greater Saint Louis Community Foundation
University of San Diego
Advisor To the Business of the Arts Program
Craft Emergency Relief Fund + Artists
National Coalition for Arts Preparedness
Mo`olelo Performing Arts Company
Advisory Board Member
San Diego Tourism Authority FY15
LEAD San Diego Inc
Honorary Board Member
Center for Disaster Philanthropy
Neighborhood Fundraising Network Inc
LEAD San Diego
University of California , San Diego
B. S. degree
Coronado Cultural Arts Commission Holds a â€œCommunity Conversationâ€� â€¹ Coronado Lifestyle Magazine
Felicia Shaw, arts and cultural director of the San Diego Foundation, was the keynote speaker at the event and identified four trends and challenges for the CCAC.
The first is the Internet, which she says allows "creativity to flourish."
Board of Directors | Grantmakers in the Arts
Felicia Shaw Regional Arts Commission of St. Louis Felicia W. Shaw is currently executive director of the Regional Arts Commission of St. Louis. Previously, she was director of arts and culture strategy and analysis at the San Diego Foundation, where she oversaw a number of strategic grantmaking programs and initiatives that demonstrate the power of the arts to promote community and economic vitality. Prior to joining The Foundation, Felicia served as program manager at the City of San Diego Commission for Arts and Culture for 17 years. She is an advisor to the University of San Diego's "Business of the Arts" Program, a continuing education program for nonprofit arts professionals. A graduate of Northwestern University with a B. S. degree in communications, Felicia also completed post-graduate studies at the University of California, San Diego in art history, theory, and criticism. She currently serves on the board of Craft Emergency Relief Fund + Artists and is a member of the National Coalition for Arts Preparedness and Emergency Response.
San Diego Tourism Authority FY14 Board of Directors - San Diego Connect
Director, Arts & Culture The San Diego Foundation
Felicia Shaw - Mirielle Des Rosiers
Felicia W. Shaw : Director Arts and Culture: The San Diego Foundation For nearly 25 years, Felicia Shaw has served San Diego as an active advocate for arts and culture. As Director of Arts and Culture at The San Diego Foundation, she works to establish arts and culture as a community priority, to expand arts programming in San Diego schools, to build the capacity of nonprofit arts and culture organizations to serve new audiences and to increase philanthropy in the arts. Prior to joining the Foundation, she was Program Manager of the City of San Diego Commission for Arts and Culture. Felicia is a graduate of Northwestern University with a degree in communications.
Sessions by Theme | Americans for the Arts 2016 Annual Convention
Executive Director Regional Arts Commission of St Louis Felicia W. Shaw is Executive Director of the Regional Arts Commission of St. Louis where works to transform St. Louis into a more vibrant, creative and economically thriving community through the arts. Prior to joining RAC, Felicia was Director of Arts and Culture at the San Diego Foundation, where she oversaw a number of strategic grantmaking and social change initiatives. She also served as Program Manager at the City of San Diego Commission for Arts and Culture for 17 years and was an advisor to the University of San Diego's continuing education program for nonprofit arts professionals. She currently serves on the board of Grantmakers in the Arts and Craft Emergency Relief Fund. A graduate of Northwestern University with a B. S. degree in Communications, Felicia also completed post-graduate studies at the University of California, San Diego in art history, theory, and criticism.