People for the Arts has begun work to redefine its position as a nationwide service group and assist of the sphere. To that finish, we’re happy to announce two current hires to fill pivotal roles for the group. Adrianne R. Troilo joined as Vice President of Folks and Tradition in December 2021, and Daniel Fitzmaurice will start because the Chief of Workers on April 4. Each positions are newly created to offer management in areas vitally wanted to efficiently accomplish our mission and obtain a people-first tradition.
People for the Arts President and CEO Nolen V. Bivens commented, “I’m extraordinarily excited to welcome Adrianne and Daniel to People for the Arts. This can be a vital time for the humanities and tradition sector—not solely recovering from the devastating results of the pandemic, but additionally going by means of important modifications to enhance fairness and elevate the voices and experiences of marginalized folks and communities. The depth of Adrianne’s and Daniel’s expertise, information, administration, and management capabilities might be particularly key in supporting the group’s Strategic Realignment Process and office tradition rebuild. I’m thrilled they’re becoming a member of us in our transformation to serve the humanities and tradition area.”
Troilo is a senior human useful resource skilled with 20 years of expertise in worker relations, recruitment, retention, and workforce improvement centered in range, fairness and inclusion. She strikes a steadiness with a common sense method to management and progress by means of appreciative inquiry methodologies. Troilo has labored for the non-public sector, nonprofits, and commerce associations. She has been an lively member of the Society for Human Useful resource Administration (SHRM) since 1999 and holds a Senior Skilled in Human Sources designation from SHRM.
As Vice President of Folks and Tradition, Troilo’s key duties embrace serving as the first advocate and strategic advisor for establishing a wholesome, people-first, inspiring work tradition.
Since 2017, Fitzmaurice has performed a pivotal management position within the efforts to develop and increase the Arts Council of Better New Haven to advance the colourful and numerous inventive ecosystem within the New Haven area and throughout the state of Connecticut. A revered and influential advocate for the humanities, Fitzmaurice has been a pressure of transformational and significant change, main anti-racism coverage modifications, growing entry to funding for Black and Brown artists, and utilizing his “seat on the desk” to heart neighborhood wants. Fitzmaurice leaves the Arts Council poised for continued enlargement and impression within the arts communities that it serves.
As Chief of Workers, Fitzmaurice will help management, workers, and board in executing important governance, operational, and cultural agendas to facilitate ongoing organizational change. He’ll handle the affairs of the chief workplace, particularly centered on long-term company governance by means of coordinated planning, programming, budgeting, execution, and analysis each internally and externally. His work is pushed by the group’s long-term imaginative and prescient.
We’re excited that these two positions are consultant of our ongoing dedication to actionable change. Go to our Staff Page for an inventory of all People for the Arts workers and study their nice work.