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McNeil Creative Enterprises would like to send a major congratulations to our clients that are now the recipients of MacKenzie Scott’s latest funding initiative!!   We are also extremely excited for our other friends and colleagues that were among the total recipients! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Click here to read more about the funding decision!⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

By Tonia Kallon, Creative Talent Acquisition Partner Job searching is hard whether you’re looking for your first role, career progression, or switching to a new industry. You apply to many jobs only to receive silence or the automatic “we’re moving forward with other candidates” message. Maybe you’re getting interviews but are finding it difficult to[…]

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MCE was hired to lead and manage all elements of the executive search process for Dance/USA’s next executive director. MCE managed a people-centered search process that prioritized transparency, flexibility, active engagement, collaboration, trust, and consensus-building. After presenting Dance/USA’s Search Committee with 76 qualified candidates and demographic data to outline the search’s reach, Dance/USA’s Board unanimously[…]

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We are grateful to the Freelance Artist Resource Producing Collective for generating the Covid-19 Freelance Artists Resource page. To learn more, click on the links. The resources on the page are specifically designed to serve freelance artists, and those interested in supporting the independent artist community. This includes, but is not limited to, actors, designers, producers, technicians, stage[…]

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Thanks to the Young, Black and Giving Back Institute for profiling Alison for her efforts to support and invest in creativity. Read the full profile here. The mission of the Young, Black and Giving Back Institute (YBGB) is to equip, inspire, and empower young black professionals, influencers, social entrepreneurs, and activists to effectively invest in changing their[…]

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  August is Black Philanthropy Month! It’s a great time to get involved in discussions, events, and activities that support or invest in the Black community! The Maynor Biggers Artist Fund (MBAF) – of which Alison is a co-founder-is a giving circle comprised of Hampton University alumni that are artists, activists, and arts administrators devoted[…]

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