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Mary Jo Aagerstoun

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Executives Association of San Francisco

HQ Phone:  (415) 989-4841

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Executives Association of San Francisco

433 California St Suite 1000

San Francisco, California,94104

United States

Company Description

THE EXECUTIVES ASSOCIATION OF SAN FRANCISCO (EASF) is a business networking organization dedicated to the exchange of information among our member firms for the purpose of increasing business resources and growth opportunities. We are also a community. As busi...more

Background Information

Employment History

PBCC FNPS Urban Landscape Committee


Affiliations

Lynne Hull

Board Member


Boynton Beach Community Green Alliance

Voting Member


EcoArt South Florida Inc

President


Education

Ph. D.


Ph. D. Fondatrice et Directrice


Ph.D.

Art History


Ph.D.

art history

University of Maryland


Web References(58 Total References)


EcoArt South Florida » it's only natural.

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We are super-honored that the prestigious Public Art Review invited founder and executive director Mary Jo Aagerstoun to be interviewed for their 25th anniversary issue.
The project began with a phone call from the City of Coconut Creek to Mary Jo Aagerstoun, founder of EASF, back in March 2007, during which Dr. Aagerstoun recommended Michael Singer and his studio to ...


Meet the Members » EcoArt South Florida

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Mary Jo Aagerstoun, Ph. D. - President (Palm Beach)
Mary Jo Aagerstoun's expertise is in contemporary activist art and cultural production. She received her Ph.D. in art history from the University of Maryland's Art History and Archaeology Department in May 2004. She founded EcoArt South Florida, Inc. (known from 2007-2010 as the South Florida Environmental Art Project, Inc.) in 2007. Dr. Aagerstoun lectures widely in South Florida on EcoArt, and has served on the West Palm Beach Art in Public Places Advisory Committee and the West Palm Beach Comprehensive Plan Update Committee. She was a voting member of the Boynton Beach Community Green Alliance that advised that city's commissioners on approaches to sustainability and is a member of West Palm Beach's Sustainability Advisory Committee where she chairs the subcommittee on Natural Areas and Water Conservation. She is also one of the founders of Northwood GREENlife, a grass roots community organization serving the north end of West Palm Beach, and dedicated to encouraging sustainability among residents and businesses there.


Michael Singer Completes EcoArt Biofiltration Wall at Seminole Casino, Coconut Creek, Broward County, Florida » EcoArt South Florida

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The project began with a phone call from the City of Coconut Creek to Mary Jo Aagerstoun, founder of EASF, back in March 2007, during which Dr. Aagerstoun recommended Michael Singer and his studio to create a public art work that would "conspicuously" display green technologies.


ecoartsofla.org

The project began with a phone call from the City of Coconut Creek to Mary Jo Aagerstoun, founder of EASF, back in March 2007, during which Dr. Aagerstoun recommended Michael Singer and his studio to ...


Home » EcoArt South Florida

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The project began with a phone call from the City of Coconut Creek to Mary Jo Aagerstoun, founder of EASF, back in March 2007, during which Dr. Aagerstoun recommended Michael Singer and his studio to create a public art work that would "conspicuously" display green technologies.


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