Martine Meredith Collier CFRE, GPC
President & CEO
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Martine Meredith Collier has over 30 years of experience in arts administration, non-profit management, marketing, and development. She has provided services for performing and visual arts groups, educational institutions, municipalities, and professional consulting firms, as well as oversight for publicly funded grant programs at the local and state levels. As the Community Arts Development Director for the Georgia Council for the Arts, she managed over $2 million in multidisciplinary arts funding and provided oversight for the Community Partners grant program, an NEA-funded initiative designed to cultivate collaborative ventures and nontraditional relationship building. Additionally, she has served as Director of Development for Grantmakers in the Arts, the national membership organization of arts funders, and Executive Director of the Sarasota County Arts Council. She holds a Masters Degree in Arts Administration from Goucher College, and is a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) and Grant Professional Certified (GPC).
Director of Finance & Operations
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Therese Miller has over 25 years experience as a professional manager in finance and operations for for-profit, nonprofit, and volunteer organizations. A Certified Public Account (CPA) she received her accounting degree from the University of Minnesota. For seven years, she served as the Director of Finance and Operations for the Muse Machine, supporting arts education services to more than 10 counties in the Dayton region. In 2010 she was honored as Dayton CFO of the Year for the Nonprofit/Education Community. She is also an active volunteer in the community, currently serving on the board of St. Leonard’s Foundation, and with other past affiliations including the Dayton Junior League, Junior Achievement, and the Dayton Philharmonic Volunteer Association.
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Chloe Donaldson recently graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Dayton, where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication with a concentration in Public Relations and a minor in Business Administration. She is a native to the Dayton area and graduated from Beavercreek High School. Chloe spent over 12 years as a ballet dancer, training and performing with Pontecorvo Ballet Studios and later with the pre-professional company Gem City Ballet. The many years she spent in the dance world gave her the opportunity to develop a love and appreciation for arts and culture, especially within the Dayton region.
Development and Marketing Intern
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Ashley Robison is currently in her fourth year at the University of Dayton where she is pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication with a concentration in Public Relations and a minor in Psychology. She is a native of the Dayton Region, and a graduate of Chaminade Julienne High School where she was involved in student council, National Honor Society, and the women’s tennis team. Her duties at Culture Works include assisting with marketing initiatives, donor database management, and special events.
Workplace Giving Coordinator
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Dorie Watts is a lifelong resident of the Dayton Region, earning her B.S. in Business Administration from the University of Dayton. She has spent much of her career in management and real estate, most recently as Contract Manager for a busy real estate team. Years of travel as a flight attendant gave her the opportunity to experience and appreciate arts and culture all over the world. An avid fan of Dayton’s local music scene, Dorie is also a longtime volunteer with the Springboro Chapter of Terrific Women in Giving (TWIG) where she assists in handling finances for the Mom’s Market Resale Event, which raises over $20,000 each year for Dayton Children’s Medical Center.
Looking for a Few Good Volunteers!
Culture Works is looking for individuals who would like to volunteer their time to help us with light office work, mailings, staffing special events, etc. If you are available during the day, or in the evenings to work special events, please call us at (937) 222-2787.