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Welcome The Executive Fellows of 2020

2020 Executive FellowsCHF is proud to announce our 2020 Class of Art-Business Accelerator Executive Fellows! We’re happy to continue working with Manuelita Brown, Carrie Cook, Robin Holder, Steven Lester, and Tim Saternow for a second year of art-business training.

Accelerator Director & Facilitator Elizabeth Hulings says: “It’s a second year in which we work more intensively, in a more consultative way, to help these Executive Fellows’ Pivotal Projects reach fruition. The artists are at a moment in their careers and are working on projects where the team at CHF feels we can really make a difference and have tremendous impact.”

Please join us in supporting these five artists and wishing them well as they continue to implement their strategies to take their creative projects to the next level. Stay tuned for updates throughout the year.

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Penelope ThomasPenelope Thomas
Penelope Thomas is CHF's account manager and producer of The Thriving Artist™ podcast. She has worked with organizations including The Cunningham Dance Foundation, The Theatre Development Fund, Public Energy, Marla Kirban Voiceover, and The Construction Company. Penelope has a background (and sometimes a foreground) as a singer, dancer, and actor, and can be seen the HBO Women in Comedy Festival selected short, Pretty/Dead.

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  1. AvatarGregg Chadwick says

    Congrats to Manuelita Brown, Carrie Cook, Robin Holder, Steven Lester, and Tim Saternow! Your hard work and dedication to your art business and CHF is evident. Excited for your opportunity as Executive Fellows!

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