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26 days ago

Research Coordinator

Americans for the Arts Washington, DC

The Research Coordinator provides day-to-day coordination of research studies on segments of America's arts industry. These are typically… Glassdoor

9 days ago

Arts Action Fund Membership Coordinator

Americans for the Arts Washington, DC

The Americans for the Arts Action Fund is a 501(c)(4) nonprofit membership organization working to enlist and mobilize 1 million citizen activists in… Glassdoor

9 days ago

National Arts Marketing Project Manager

Americans for the Arts Washington, DC

The National Arts Marketing Project Manager oversees the development and execution of the three core components of our efforts to increase the… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Junior Database Administrator

Americans for the Arts Washington, DC

Americans for the Arts is the nation's leading nonprofit organization for advancing the arts in America. With more than 50 years of service, it is… Glassdoor

Americans for the Arts Reviews

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Robert L Lynch
3 Ratings

    Lacking in focus, leadership and strategic planning

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Washington, DC
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Washington, DC

    I worked at Americans for the Arts full-time for more than 3 years


    Its a national organization who literally wrote the book on arts advocacy and is a great chance to work with multiple discplines and learn about how policy works


    Absolutely no strategic plan. Significant lack of leadership and senior staff who have been in place for far too long.

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    Take a long hard look at what is not working. Establish a legitimate communications plan and hold people accountable to their goals and programs. Stop developing programs just to do "more" and instead concentrate on "quality" rather than "quantity". Take a strategic look at reorganizing the organization and make the necessary investments to enable people to do their jobs effectively.

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