#6. Maximum Impact: Mobilizing Networks to Facilitate Success for Community Arts and Revitalization

November 4, 2015 @ 4:16 pm – 5:30 pm America/Denver Timezone

The role of network-building in advancing social change and community economic success is critical to building impact of community development projects in New Mexico and throughout the country. Moreover, cross-sector coordination in the arts and social sectors is garnering the attention and support of philanthropy and other funding institutions. In New Mexico, several networks, and network integrator organizations, are stimulating positive change around a variety of topics and particularly among rural and traditionally underserved populations. A panel of presenters will discuss the development of networks they manage towards maximizing impact in arts and social change projects.


Allison Hagerman, Associate Program Officer, McCune Charitable Foundation

Adrián A. PedrozaExecutive Director, Partnership for Community Action

Felicity Broennan, Director of Strategic Initiatives and Partnerships for the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs


Eduardo X. Martinez, Organizational Development Program Associate, New Mexico MainStreet