Julia Di Bussolo, Executive Director

Julia (she/her) is a lifelong arts advocate, artist, and proud parent of a Baltimore City Public School student. She joined the organization in 2012 and brings a passion for arts education, community organizing, and youth development. She previously served as the program director at The Club at Collington Square, an East Baltimore-based after school program. She holds a Bachelors of Arts in Photography and Masters of Arts in Community Arts from the Maryland Institute College of Art.

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Angela Marroy Boerger, Director of School Programs and Learning

A lifelong advocate for and beneficiary of arts education, Angela (she/her) is the Director of School Programs and Learning at Arts Every Day in Baltimore, where she directs the Baltimore Arts Integration Project, a USDE-funded initiative. Prior to her work in Baltimore, Angela was the Education Manager at the New York Metropolitan Opera, where she led the education curriculum for the Met’s HD Live in Schools, an opera education and access program in 38 states across the country for over 16,000 students each year. Prior to her work at the Met, she was the Director of Education at Westport Country Playhouse, an acclaimed non-profit regional theater in southwest Connecticut, where she created programming for students, educators, children and families. Angela has also worked as a Writer for McGraw Hill Education, contributing to an adaptive classical music curriculum for digital platforms; and as Managing Editor of Bare Opera, a women-run alternative opera company. Angela’s educational background and scholarly interests are in musicology; she pursued PhD studies in music history at Yale University, writing on Viennese opera at the end of the eighteenth century. Her unfinished dissertation is entitled Ariost auf der Reise nach Wien: Haydn’s Orlando paladino and the Viennese Reception of Ariosto, ca. 1777 – 1809. She holds M.A. and M.Phil degrees from Yale in music history, and also has master and bachelor degrees from Rice University in musicology and medieval studies. She is an active performer on modern and Baroque violin. Angela lives in Maryland, along with her husband Tim and children Sophie Magdalena and Thaddaeus James, who are aspiring graphic novelists and paleodracologists, respectively.

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Betty Gonzales, Director of Operations

Betty Gonzales (she/her) is a curator, artist, and advocate for the arts who dedicates her practice to creating sustainable connections that promote, support, and nurture Baltimore’s creative thinkers. Betty received a Bachelors in Studio Art from McDaniel College and a MFA in Curatorial Practice from the Maryland Institute College of Art. She strives to effectively utilize every resource available to ensure creative minds have the necessary outlets and access to information in order to succeed in Baltimore and elsewhere regardless of age, race, or social status. Outside of AED, Betty enjoys freelance graphic design projects , sewing, naps, and spending time with her husband Javier, son Nicholas, daughter Nora, her pets Murphy (dog) and Jack (cat).  

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Sheena Morrison, Baltimore Arts Education Initiative Manager

Sheena M. Morrison is an independent curator based in Baltimore. She comes to Arts Every Day from a background in public health and exhibition-making. She segued naturally to curatorial practice from her work in public health where one of the primary tenets is effective community engagement. She has been able to put her knowledge of public policy, history, and research skills to work in collaborative projects with local artists to generate new ideas and excavate
hidden assumptions about culture and society. Sheena brings the knowledge and practice of these disciplines to her work as the Baltimore Arts Education Initiative manager. She holds an MFA in curatorial practice from Maryland Institute College of Art, an MPhil in sociomedical sciences from Columbia University and an MPH in community health education from Hunter College.

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Sam Green, Arts Integration Schools Manager

Sam Green (she/her) is an enthusiastic explorer of the arts and our world. She holds a bachelor’s degree in K-12 Art Education and a Masters in Interdisciplinary Arts Infusion from Towson University. She recently left the public school system after a ten year career as a K-5 art teacher. She is passionate about envisioning and creating more equitable, caring, and creative student-centered approaches to education. When not doodling or sewing on her porch, she can be found trying to convince her cat to hang out.

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Ollie Ambrose, Junior Accountant

Ollie (they/them) is a long time lover of all arts. From performing one-man shows in their grandparents living room as a child to performing carpool karaoke on their daily commute, Ollie has always found a way to incorporate the arts into their daily life. They come to AED from a corporate customer service and accounting background, but have always wanted to find work that made a difference and helped people.

In their free time, Ollie is an avid traveler and concert-goer. They have seen over 150 concerts in 50 different cities across 5 countries. On the weekend when they aren’t out and about, they can be found at home being pestered for pets by their cat, Honey.


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Remy Shaffer Gomes, Development Coordinator

Remy Shaffer Gomes is proud to work with Arts Every Day as the part-time development and outreach consultant. With a background in higher education and a passion for creating equitable learning opportunities for students, Remy considers herself a pollinator — connecting people and projects to make the world a smaller and better place. She earned her BA degree from University of Maryland and MA from Miami University.  

Remy sees the positive impact of the arts daily — in her role as mom to  a ukulele-playing, tap-dancing, aspiring Broadway actor and a cello and guitar-playing artmaker and athlete. 

Her work at Arts Every Day has inspired her to experience the arts not just as a patron, but as a creator in her weekly tap dance class.

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Mace Pilla, Social Media Coordinator

Mace Pilla (he/him) is a Baltimore-based photographer, primarily finding his passion in the automotive field. As a freelance photographer, he built a large social media background and began to aid in the management of other businesses’ social media platforms as well! Beginning his career across the street on North Ave. at Code in the Schools due to his initial interest in computer science, but after growing as an artist and content creator, he desired an environment where that artistic passion he had found would be better matched. At Arts Every Day that artistic space was found & he gladly helps manage & design the social presence of not only the organization but our Bmore Youth Arts Advocacy Council!

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 Jodi Dunn
Retired Health & Human Services Executive

Nancy Fagan
Principal, Highlandtown Elementary and Middle #215

Carolyn Freeland
Community Schools Consultant, Homewood Community Partners Initiative/Johns Hopkins University

David Gregory
Partner, McKennon, Shelton, & Henn LLP

Shirl Hux
Career Navigator for In-School Youth, Mayor’s Office of Employee Development

Antieris Johnson
Community Action Program, Art Adopts a Child

Mark Joseph
CEO, Joseph Family Holdings, Inc.

Brian Katzenberg
Attorney, Cohen, Snyder, Eisenberg & Katzenberg P.A

Fred Lazarus
President Emeritus, Maryland Institute College of Art

Ronald McFadden
Musician, educator, and advocate for educational equity

The Hon. Maggie McIntosh
Delegate, Maryland House of Delegates

Susan Miltenberger
Associate Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Towson University

Dr. Elizabeth Nuss
Retired University Administrator, Goucher College

Anne Perkins
Retired Attorney, Former Maryland State Delegate

Dr. Shyla Rao
Principal, City Neighbors Hamilton Elementary School

Maria Rodriguez
General Counsel, Baltimore City Community College

Barlow Savidge
Executive Director, Maryland Health & Higher Educational Facilities Authority

Theresa Sotto
Ruth R. Marder Director of Learning & Community Engagement at The Walters Art Museum

Anne South
Retired Events Director, Maryland Institute College of Art

Anne Marie Stringer
Group Digital Creative Manager, Stanley Black and Decker

Christian Ventimiglia
Portfolio Manager, Brown Advisory LLC

Harold Watson
Baltimore City Public School Music Teacher, Commodore John Rodgers Elementary and Middle School

Camden Zacker
Director of Finance and Accounting at J. Gibson Mcilvain Subsidiaries

Emeritus Members

Sylvia Brown
Community Activist and Philanthropist

Cecil Flamer
Retired Chief Administrative Officer, Brown Capital Management