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Jeffrey Clark Elected to Consortium Board

The Executive Director of Elon's Cultural and Special Programs has been elected to the Board of Directors of the North Carolina Presenters Consortium.

Jeffrey Clark, executive director of cultural and special programs at Elon, has been elected to the Board of Directors of the North Carolina Presenters Consortium. He will serve a two-year term ending in 2015, when he will be eligible for re-election.

North Carolina Presenters Consortium Inc. is a not-for-profit membership association comprised of professional performing arts presenting organizations throughout North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia and Tennessee. The consortium also includes industry professionals as members from North Carolina, South Carolina, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New York, Florida, Ohio, Kansas, Texas, California and Alaska, who share the mission of bringing artists and audiences together.

NCPC is a member-based resource network, forged in a spirit of non-competitive cooperation and dedicated to enhancing the availability, quality, variety and affordability of professional touring arts and entertainment attractions presented throughout the state. NCPC members include representatives of numerous organizations large and small, urban and rural.

NCPC is supported by a grant subsidy from the North Carolina Arts Council, member’s dues as well as conference and showcase fees. Additional in-kind support is provided by Our State magazine.

Jeff Clark,
Staff
8/1/2013 4:55 PM