Announcing New Hires at Living Arts
Living Arts is proud to announce staffing updates that will strengthen our team and allow us to better serve the Living Arts community. Please join us in welcoming three new hires to the team!
NEW HIRES IN 2019
Krystle Cheirs-Roberts, Communications Manager
In her new role, Krystle will play an integral role in refining communications goals and developing a strategy for meeting benchmarks. In addition to external storytelling, Krystle will assist with data entry and analysis and work closely with the entire Living Arts team.
Karen Hernandez, Program Assistant: Detroit Wolf Trap
Karen previously worked as the Program Assistant in the Out of School Arts program, supporting all youth and family programs for Living Arts at the Ford Resource and Engagement Center. In her new role, Karen will be responsible for coordinating all documentation associated with program launch and evaluation. Karen's role also consists of managing professional development and parent class scheduling.
Christiana Castillo, Program Manger: Detroit Wolf Trap
In her new role Christiana will work alongside the Programs team to develop, implement, and evaluate early childhood arts education programs in Head Start, Early Head Start, informal care, and community-based classrooms. Christiana will be responsible for the supervision, evaluation, and professional development of the DWT Teaching Artist team.