ARRA Recipients

Company of Girls

TYPE OF ORGANIZATION: Art Organization
LOCATION: Portland
GRANT AMOUNT: $10,000
TYPE OF POSITION: Administrative
TITLE: Executive Director

The Executive Director of A Company of Girls is the chief administrator for the organization and is responsible for grant writing, fiscal oversight and its requisite paperwork, community outreach, board work, fundraising, event coordination, contact and communication with parents and girls in the program.

 

The Executive Director is also the artistic vision and main service provider for A Company of Girls and responsible for developing interdisciplinary curriculum, choosing, directing and producing three productions a year, fostering collaborative relationships with other arts organizations, fostering strong relationships with schools, community leaders and social service organizations, and working to strengthen and empower girls and their families through the arts. “The Maine Arts Recovery Funds are making it possible for A Company of Girls to continue to bring quality arts programming to under served youth in the Portland community. This funding is also supporting the long term sustainability of an organization that has been serving the Portland community for 14 years by securing the position of the Executive Director for the next year.” -Odelle Bowman, Executive Director For more information about A Company of Girls, please visit http://www.acompanyofgirls.org

 

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