Recorded on September 3, 2020
Migrating to virtual platforms can be complicated. Unsure of what’s involved? Our featured speakers will explain the types of virtual events they’ve been able to produce throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and will describe the digital platforms, budgetary impact, programming challenges, and results they’ve achieved along with providing excerpts, highlights, and behind-the-scenes stories.
- Sue Ellen Beryl, Palm Beach Dramaworks
- Fatima Nejame, Palm Beach Photographic Centre
- Holly Stewart, Young Singers of the Palm Beaches
About the Presenters:
Sue Ellen Beryl is Managing Director of Palm Beach Dramaworks, a professional theatre company she co-founded with her husband in 2000. A graduate of Pace University, Sue Ellen began her career in theatrical management as Managing Director of the Schimmel Center for the Arts, and Box Office Manager and Publicity Director for Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival. In addition, her business experience includes 10 years in the New York advertising industry and several years managing a family-owned business on the New York Commodity Exchange.
Fatima NeJame is the President and CEO of the Palm Beach Photographic Centre. She holds a MA in Mathematics from Villanova University and has been teaching digital photography for 30 years. Previously, she taught Mathematics and Computer Programming at Villanova University, Mathematics at Boca Raton High School and Color Printing at Palm Beach Community College. She is an accomplished photographer, and a contributor to the Focal Encyclopedia of Photography on the subject of color photography and printing.
Holly Stewart is the Executive Director of Young Singers of the Palm Beaches and has dedicated her life to serving the community in Palm Beach County. Prior to joining Young Singers, Holly served as a Director and Chief Operating Officer providing programmatic, clinical and operational oversight of multiple programs serving children, adolescents and adults. Holly has provided executive level training in nonprofit leadership and team engagement, social enterprise and sustainability, and infrastructure development to the nonprofit industry.
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