PROOF OF CONCEPT WORK COMPLETED
Hosted a virtual salon in Sococo called Artful Agilists, connecting creators across many media with agile practitioners through a full year of sessions including:
- February 1, 2016 – Dance, Movement & Agile Learning with Leslie Zucker
- December 1, 2015 – Photography & the Art of Facilitation with Doc List
- September 1, 2015 – Doodling for Power with Giada Crispiels
- August 1, 2015 – Music for Life International on Creativity Training
- July 1, 2015 – Art, Community & Action
- June 1, 2015 – Improv & Business Agility
- May 1, 2015 – Remote Music
- April 1, 2015 – Creative Self Expression
- Feb 21, 2015 – miniconference with the Distributed Agile Study Group. Paul Sutton of Leading Agile shared excerpts from his earlier career as an opera singer.
Executed launch and recruitment of early adopters for “Made in New Haven,” the City of New Haven’s campaign to celebrate and promote products by local manufacturers, artisans and makers.
Overhauled the management of Project Storefronts, an award-winning public art program matching creative entrepreneurs with vacant storefront spaces in neighborhoods across New Haven, CT. See Public Art with Scrum.
Piloted the “Engineer Your DevOps” webinar series featuring the devops experts at Coveros.
Launched first community blog, The Agile Zone, for the International Consortium for Agile.
Developed public programs for The New Haven Museum to develop new audiences and secured funding to implement partnerships with local and statewide entrepreneurial communities.
Research and business strategy for companies concerned with distributed Agile teams, with two presentations published on InfoQ.
Directed a citywide public art event called Chalkville, with funding from the Awesome Foundation. Oversaw management team that coordinated participation among six city agencies and 18 community groups, earning a citation from the Mayor of West Haven, Connecticut.
Constantly meeting new collaborators in the arts and startup worlds. Check out more on my LinkedIn profile and let’s talk!