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Renee is a nimble results-driven communications and marketing professional with more than 10 years of experience in performing arts, entertainment and new media. She is a creative storyteller well versed in virtual community management and cultural marketing, with specific attention to tone, messaging and outcomes.
As a Queens, New York native and a graduate of New York University’s McGhee School of Continuing and Professional Studies (SCPS) in Digital Media and Communications, and Tisch School of the Arts in Producing. She was also an inaugural Edward I. Koch Fellow for the Historic House Trust New York’s Lewis H. Latimer House. Renee has also guest lectured at NYU’s Graduate Museum Studies division.
Currently, Renee serves as the Chair of Communications Committee for the Universal Hip Hop Museum. As an influencer it has always been her passion to shape conversations via her work in not for profits whose missions have included children, HIV/AIDS awareness, persons with disabilities and the arts. Adept at utilizing community engagement to amplify the positive impact of technology on a changing multicultural landscape, her goal is to have a positive impact on communities and culture ultimately with the goal of lifting, inspiring and empowering them. Her love of the arts was shaped during her formative years at a time when the arts were funded in NYC’s public schools and as a graduate of the Professional Children’s School founded in 1914, whose credo is ‘to support the arts and to celebrate the mind.”