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Trish Salerno

Tour Manager

Collette Vacations

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Collette Vacations

P.O. Box 923

Providence, Rhode Island,02901

United States

Company Description

Started in 1918, Collette Vacations has earned the distinction of being the oldest vacation tour operator in the United States. Under the leadership of the Sullivan family since 1962, Collette has seen its presence expand from that of a regional motorcoach op...more

Background Information

Employment History

Tour Manager

Collette Vacations


Leadership Consultant

Freelance Consultant and Trainer


Tour Director and Guide

Adventures By Disney


Affiliations

Minnesota Council of Nonprofits

Fellow


Shannon Leadership Institute

Leadership Consultant and Facilitator


ARTS & CULTURAL ATTRACTIONS COUNCIL

Board Member


The Pleiades Theatre Company

Board Member


National Community Arts Network

Board Member


Minds Wide Open Art Center

Board Member


Arts Kentucky Inc

Executive Director


Education

Shannon Institute


Web References(21 Total References)


Arts Kentucky | About Arts Kentucky

www.artsky.org [cached]

Also in the late '90s, the organization hired Trish Salerno as Executive Director, merged with Kentucky Citizens for the Arts to take on an advocacy role, and started employing Cecelia Wooden as a Legislative Agent for lobbying activities.
In 2007, Trish went on sabbatical, and the organization went through some transition as Trish decided to pursue other opportunities later in the year.


MCN : Speakers at 2007 Leadership Conference

www.mncn.org [cached]

Trish Salerno is an alumna of the Shannon Institute, having participated in the 2004 yearlong program, and is currently working as a Fellow with the Institute.She co-facilitates the monthly program with Paul Robinson and assists the program director, Ronnie Brooks, with the quarterly group.Prior to joining the Institute, Trish was the executive director of Arts Kentucky, a statewide service and advocacy organization that provides resources and tools to people working to improve their communities through the arts.During her time with Arts Kentucky Trish served as a board member of the Arts & Cultural Attractions Council, a business industry network within Greater Louisville, Inc, the city's Chamber of Commerce.She has also served on the boards of the National Community Arts Network, Minds Wide Open Art Center, and The Pleiades Theatre Company.


ARTS & CULTURAL ATTRACTIONS COUNCIL

www.acakentuckiana.org [cached]

Ms. Trish SalernoExecutive Director


www.leoweekly.com

Trish Salerno, executive director of Arts Kentucky, a statewide service and advocacy organization, led the call for action last week during a meeting at the Urban Design Studio on South Third Street.


www.leoweekly.com

Trish Salerno, executive director of Arts Kentucky, a statewide service and advocacy organization, led the call for action last week during a meeting at the Urban Design Studio on South Third Street.Percent-for-art programs set aside a percentage, usually 1-3 percent, of a building or site construction’s budget for art that will be integrated into the site.Salerno estimated there are more than 300 city, county and state percent-for-art programs nationwide.When Arts Kentucky held an Emerging Arts Leaders get-together last fall, the â€Å"number one burning issue was percent-for-art,†said Salerno.


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