The Morgan Arts Council (MAC) Board of Directors has named Jordan Warren the new Executive Director of the nonprofit which focuses on getting art experiences into the communities of Morgan County.
A native of upstate New York, Warren brings over 12 years of nonprofit arts management experience. She has served in executive director, operations manager and development positions at the Raleigh Symphony, the Gulf Coast Symphony, the Newburgh Symphony, and Heifetz International. Her education includes a B.A. in Music Education and an M.A. in Arts Management. She is nearing completion of a Doctor of Education, Organizational Leadership.
“Jordan will be a wonderful asset,” said Mary Hott, Chair of MAC’s Board of Directors. “She has extensive nonprofit experience, a passion for supporting the arts, and a strong sense of community relations that will help take MAC and the Ice House to the next level of growth.”
Warren began her position on January 8 after becoming a new resident of Morgan County.
“I am thrilled to be here in this beautiful State of West Virginia. I love the mission of MAC and I’m excited to meet everyone in the community and invite you to come learn, create and celebrate with us,” she said.
The Morgan Arts Council is located in the Ice House at the corner of Independence and Mercer Streets in downtown Berkeley Springs. Programs and events are offered without regard to race, ethnicity, religion, national origin, age, gender identity, sexual orientation, physical or mental ability, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Visit www.macicehouse.org or call 304-258-2300 for additional information.