Flora Stamatiades joins Arts Consulting Group as Associate Vice President

Flora Stamatiades Associate Vice President w/PC

September 28, 2022
Contact: Wendi Griffiths
(888) 234.4236 Ext. 231

BOSTON — Arts Consulting Group (ACG), the leading provider of hands-on management consulting services to the arts and culture industry, today announced that Flora Stamatiades has joined the firm as Associate Vice President to expand the Leadership Transitions practice area. Based in ACG’s New York location, she brings more than 30 years of expertise in consensus building, strategic planning, organizational changes, and business negotiations.

A liaison between management and employees, and devoted to bringing people together, Stamatiades served with various renowned organizations. Prior to joining ACG, Stamatiades held the position of Leadership Team and Director, National Field Organizing, at Broadway for Biden. During her tenure, Stamatiades curated and led the Field Team activities, including building alliances, streaming shows, conducting fundraising initiatives, and facilitating issue-based panel discussions for the purpose of organizing entertainment professionals in support of the Biden-Harris campaign.

Stamatiades previously spent nearly 24 years at Actors’ Equity Association. For 16 years in her post as National Director, Organizing and Special Projects, she was responsible for collective bargaining and contract oversight processes, improving employment conditions for many theatre professionals. Among her achievements, she developed numerous contracts focused on equity, diversity, and inclusion, led strategic negotiations, and effectively facilitated communication between multiple parties. An experienced labor policy strategist, Stamatiades has also fulfilled roles as a consultant in labor relations with various producers, including Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines. Stamatiades has done extensive work in education, serving as a guest lecturer in numerous academic institutions, including Columbia University, Carnegie Mellon University, and Yale University. She has also served on grants panels for the Mississippi Arts Commission and the National Endowment for the Arts.

In making the announcement, ACG Senior Vice President Wyona Lynch-McWhite said, “It is our privilege to have Flora Stamatiades join the ACG team as Associate Vice President. Flora has been deeply involved in many diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts to support members of the arts and culture sector, including those connected to COVID compliance. Her vigorous enthusiasm and dedication to building partnerships, as well as her effective communication skills and creative approach to problem solving, will be invaluable as she brings her expertise to ACG clients.”

“I have devoted my career to improving the circumstances of those who work in the arts, and I have come to understand that excellent leadership is essential to that work,” said Stamatiades. “The chance to be part of finding and supporting that leadership as the sector continues its rapid changes that are driven by current events is very exciting. There is no better place to have significant international arts and culture impacts than with ACG.

Stamatiades earned a bachelor of arts degree in theatre and dance from Amherst College and a master of fine arts degree in theatre management from the David Geffen School of Drama at Yale University.

About Arts Consulting Group

ACG is the leading provider of hands-on interim management, executive search, revenue enhancement, strategic planning & community engagement, facilities & program planning, and other capacity building services for the arts and culture industry. Founded in 1997, ACG is a full-service firm that effectively works with a wide range of nonprofit organizations, universities, government agencies, and for-profit entities that operate in the creative industries. The firm takes a contemporary approach to client challenges and opportunities focused on growing institutions, advancing arts and culture, and enhancing communities. ACG senior team members have leadership experience in every type of artistic and cultural discipline and they seamlessly adapt to clients’ rapidly changing strategies, business models, and operating environments. The firm currently has locations in Boston, Calgary, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, New York, Portland, Raleigh, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, St. Louis, Tampa, Toronto, Vancouver, and Washington, DC. ACG employees and consultants are embedded in communities throughout North America to invigorate clients so that they can achieve the delicate balance between cultural impacts and business sustainability. For more information, please visit ArtsConsulting.com or contact info@ArtsConsulting.com or (888) 234.4236.

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