Sarah Ann Mockbee

Sarah Ann Mockbee

Deputy Director at Austin Film Society

Location:
1901 E 51st Street, Austin, Texas, United States
HQ Phone:
(512) 322-0145

General Information

Affiliations

Board Member - American Institute of Architects

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Staff - Austin Film Society

Sarah Ann Mockbee / Deputy Director
Sarah Ann began her tenure with AFS in 2008 and became deputy director in 2011. Before joining the team, she worked in the development department at KUT and in the communications department at WNYC, the premiere NPR affiliate in New York City. She has served on the board of the Austin chapter of the American Institute of Architects and been a grant reviewer for the National Endowment for the Arts.

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Staff - Austin Film Society

Sarah Ann Mockbee
Deputy Director Sarah Ann began her tenure with AFS in 2008 and became deputy director in 2011. Before joining the team, she worked in the development department at KUT and in the communications department at WNYC, the premiere NPR affiliate in New York City. She has served on the board of the Austin chapter of the American Institute of Architects and been a grant reviewer for the National Endowment for the Arts.

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Austin Film Society - Staff

Sarah Ann Mockbee
Development Manager Sarah Ann joined AFS after spending four years in radio. While living in New York City, she interned in the production department at WNYC Public Radio, then worked for Air America and back to WNYC to work in their Communications Department. She moved to Austin in 2006 to be part of KUT's Development Department and is now the Development Manager at AFS. Sarah Ann is committed to working with dynamic non-profit organizations that provide access to the arts beyond the scope of traditional audiences. She came to Texas from New York, but she's from Mississippi. Sarah Ann's first foray outside of the mainstream movie experience came at age 10 when her father took her sisters and her to an old warehouse in Jackson to see THE CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON in 3D. With a Shirley Temple in hand, she realized that film could be much more than popcorn and Coke-though she is known to frequent the megaplexes to see summer blockbusters

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