Board leadership is a core element in the success of the Southern Arizona Arts & Cultural Alliance and perhaps more so in the organization’s unique arts and culture sector. As the decision-making body at the highest level of organizational leadership, we understand that our board plays a critical role in creating an organization that prioritizes, supports, and invests in diversity, inclusion, and equity.
The Southern Arizona Arts & Cultural Alliance is committed to cultivating and growing a leadership center, who is committed to implementing and uplifting a diverse, inclusive and equity focused leadership model.
INTERESTED IN ARTS LEADERSHIP SERVICE? If you are interested in learning more about becoming an organizational leader, through committee, or Board service, please contact email@example.com with any questions, or we invite you to fill out an online committee, or Board of Director Application.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS Board of Directors are elected in July of each year. Most Board nominees or applicants, serve one year on a rotating committee, to better familiarize themselves with the organization's leadership.
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The Southern Arizona Arts & Cultural Alliance grew out of the Greater Oro Valley Arts Council.
The Greater Oro Valley Arts Council was established in 1997 by co-founders and Oro Valley residents, Bob Weede and Dick Eggerding.
After a series of funding reductions and community assessments, the organization expanded it's scope of work to include communities throughout the Southern Arizona region. In 2009, under key Board and Staff driven leadership, the organization amended its Strategic Plan and focus program areas, to establish the Southern Arizona Arts & Cultural Alliance.
The Southern Arizona Arts & Cultural Alliance (SAACA) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the creation, preservation and advancement of the Arts. SAACA strengthens the bonds between people, place and purpose through collaborative, arts-driven experiences.