» From the Podcast: Virginia Tech’s Amanda Nelson on community leadership through the arts

Amanda Nelson leads Virginia Tech’s certificate and MFA programs in Arts Leadership and teaches in the theatre department. Much of her work directly and thoughtfully engages students in the world around them. This lively conversation centers on next-level community engagement through the arts, learning from history, and taking collective steps together. 

“To me, leadership is a confluence of characteristics and practices rooted in communication, collaboration, innovation, and inspiration,” says Nelson. “A lot of people are doing leadership without knowing that they’re doing leadership. Maybe that’s the magic of the creative arts…”  

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Explore the performing history project: Women and the Vote.

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Published by Douglas Charles Jackson

Roanoke VA based writer and community coach.

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