Elizabeth Hulings, daughter of famed artist Clark Hulings, is the founder of The Clark Hulings Fund for Visual Artists. Elizabeth is a strategist who drives organizational achievement by insisting on clarity of purpose, detailed planning, and conclusive action. Her leadership at The Clark Hulings Fund brings practical business training and strategic toolsets to working artists who are not provided those things by art or business schools, but who increasingly require self-reliant entrepreneurial skills in the evolving marketplace.
Sales Director, The Clark Hulings Fund
Carolyn Edlund’s background includes owning a production ceramic studio for 20 years, selling extensively at retail and wholesale. Subsequently, she spent several years as an outside sales rep for art publishers, and paper and gift lines. In 2009, she launched Artsy Shark, which is recognized as a “top ten” art business blog. She does extensive private consulting for artists, has written seven e-courses on the business of art, and authored hundreds of related articles.
Marketing Director, The Clark Hulings Fund
Daniel DiGriz is a corporate storyteller, host of The Thriving Artist™ podcast, a continual writer of articles and columns, and a charismatic speaker at national conferences. Daniel leads organizations and entrepreneurs to find and deliver their brand narrative to motivated buyers and constituents. He is co-founder of management consulting firm Free Agent Source Inc. and Digital Ecologist® at MadPipe®. His personal profile is here, and his blog is The Corporate Story™
CEO, Change Events
Shem Cohen is the CEO of Change Events, a business whose expertise is strategic planning, people, organizational systems and change. His strength is masterfully facilitating groups to guide a collaborative journey of discover and learning. He helps groups achieve shared meaning, make well-informed decisions and energize their system around possibility, vision and hope.