Schools shift to all remote learning
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Jennifer Falk

Boston Cultural Council member

Jennifer is a mission-driven brand and communications leader who is skilled in developing and implementing comprehensive plans to inform and build upon the reputation, visibility, sense of place, and revenue of organizations that engage with diverse communities. She is currently the Deputy Director-External Affairs and Operations at ArtsBoston, a marketing and advocacy nonprofit that serves over 170 visual and performing arts organizations in the region.

Prior, she was the Director of Marketing and Communications for ArtsEmerson, a presenter of contemporary world theater and a leading voice in the fight for racial equity throughout Boston. She transitioned to the nonprofit sector after earning an MBA at Simmons School of Management, and after a decade of client service and marketing positions in both advertising and high tech including Akamai Technologies and Blackboard. As a resident of Boston's Dorchester neighborhood, Jen currently also serves on the Advisory Board of Brain Arts Organization and as a Big Sister. She is a cyclist, stained glass artist, and dog lover.