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Rosie's House CEO Chosen for Executive Leadership Program

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Sep 07, 2016

Becky Ballard, CEO at Rosie’s House, A Music Academy for Children, has been selected for the fourth and final class of National Arts Strategies’ Chief Executive Program. The Chief Executive Program: Community and Culture brings together an international cohort of 50 CEOs who are working to lead change in their organizations, communities, and the cultural field.

The selected executives come from institutions of all sizes and disciplines. They are united by the presence of deep community roots and are working on initiatives such as creating new narratives on rural culture and supporting, advancing, and developing Pacific Island media content – and more.

Over the next year, these executives will be supported in their work through the introduction of different approaches from outside their sector, a range of analytical frameworks and an international, cross-disciplinary network of allies and collaborators. They will travel to Harvard Business School and University of Michigan Ross School of Business, where they will be introduced to tools they can use year after year to help put their ideas into action.

About Rosie’s House

Rosie’s House’s mission is to give the underserved youth of greater Phoenix the gift of music education by providing instruments and free instruction. Through music they encourage discipline, offer hope, and help students reach their full potential. Rosie’s House aspires to provide and be recognized as a high-quality music education program, while maintaining our position of open access to children living in economically disadvantaged communities.

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