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Stanley Zamor Appointed To ArtServe Board of Directors

Jan 08 2009

BROWARD COUNTY, FL – Emerging Cultural Leader Stanley Zamor was recently appointed to the Board of Directors of ArtServe. This Broward Cultural Council program aims to cultivate Broward County’s next generation by focusing attention on people who have the will and desire to enhance cultural leadership skills. In July 2008, 15 applicants were selected to participate in an exciting new two-year initiative—Emerging Cultural Leaders (ECL) Program.

Stanley ZamorStanley Zamor was born in Queens, New York and moved to South Florida in the late 1980s. While in High School he was a percussionist and traveled internationally and domestically with the Nova High School Symphonic Band. He is a Florida Supreme Court Certified Civil Mediator and Qualified Arbitrator. He holds several degrees from Nova Southeastern University which include a Bachelor of Science degree in legal studies, a Master of Science degree in Conflict Resolution and Analysis from the School of Humanities and Social Science (where he focused on conflict resolution, interpersonal communication and organizational behavior) and is a Ph.D. candidate in the same discipline.  

ECLs selected in 2008 were: Laura Aker, Barbara Barber, Luiz Bravim, Kristyn DeRosa, Tonya Seavers Evans, Eliza Gomez, Evelyn Hale, Michelle Heethawakage, Clara Kashar, Naisha Nicholas, Abena Osei, Scott Sherven, Nerissa Street, Charlotte Sundquist and Stanley Zamor. This Broward Cultural Council program aims to cultivate Broward County’s next generation by focusing attention on
individuals who have the will and desire to develop cultural leadership skills. The initiative presents an excellent way for young professionals to enhance their leadership skills, build relationships with business and community leaders, and productively contribute to civic life, cultural development, and gain recognition within the community.

The program targets professionals between 21 and 40 years of age, who have an interest and desire to advance the mission of the Cultural Council. Over a two- year period, participants are provided leadership development to increase their understanding of the ways that cultural organizations build community, enhance quality of life and contribute to the business economy. Participants who successfully complete the program become eligible to receive recommendation for volunteer leadership positions within cultural organizations and councils. Upon acceptance into the program, participants are required to attend a series of meetings and workshops to help them gain understanding and knowledge of the cultural industry.



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