Prior to joining the Skylight team, Armando developed extensive leadership skills while working as an independent arts management consultant.
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The current theater manager recently interviewed the two-time Tony-nominated costume designer.
The gift of $150 million ensures that from this day forward, in perpetuity, the School is tuition-free.
“Lisa differentiated herself with her depth of experience and a strong educational background,” said Diane Foster, assistant city manager.
In their new position, Ortega-Murphy will take a producerial lead on several projects in development during the company’s 25th year.
Director of Theater Safety and Occupational Health, Anna Glover, offered a helpful course on risk assessment and decision-making last fall.