Staff, board, committees, interns: people who make the Arts Council happen.
Dawn Gorman has an extensive background in communications, marketing, writing, advertising, branding and event planning and has been involved in and supporting the arts for most of her life. Gorman holds a B.A. in English and an M.A. in Critical Studies of the Teaching of English as well as a Specialization in Film from Michigan State University. She has several years’ experience working in the publishing and communications industries and has written for a number of publications, including newspapers, print magazines and e-news. She has also taught writing at both Lansing Community and Kellogg Community colleges.
Gorman’s roles at the ACGL include overseeing, managing and coordinating communications, social media coordination and management, media relations, marketing and branding as well as event planning. Additionally, Gorman serves as a community liaison, building relationships within the community, consulting with members and leading efforts to promote the arts within our region.
With more than ten years combined experience, Gorman’s extensive communication and writing skills provide the Arts Council of Greater Lansing with multiple avenues for raising arts awareness and engaging the community as well as advocating for and promoting the arts, which is key to the ACGL mission.