Project Manager, Planning & Capacity Building
Andrea Hinojosa (she/her/hers) is a trained cello, violin, and viola performer and skilled project manager with several years of experience in arts administration. Having started at ACG as Project Associate in Planning and Capacity Building and promptly promoted to Project Manager, Hinojosa brings knowledge in project development, strategic planning, and cultural assessments.
Prior to joining ACG, Hinojosa held the position as a Program Coordinator for the MA Program in Arts Leadership at the University of Houston, where she served as a liaison between administration, faculty, students, and alumni and coordinated day-to-day organizational operations of the Program. She also conducted research that supported the implementation of the student-focused events and other activities. Previously, Hinojosa served as Exhibition Fellow at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. During her tenure, she assisted with the coordination of various special exhibitions, handling logistics, stepping in as a point person for many internal and external communications, and maintaining related resources and documentation.
Amongst her other roles, Hinojosa also partnered with the Houston Methodist Center for Performing Arts Medicine, where she designed a series of innovative workplace initiatives that emphasize employee wellbeing and focus on mindfulness, meditation, and creative arts therapy. In 2020, as a part of this series, Hinojosa created a holistic healthcare arts project for the staff and patients of a COVID-19 hospital unit.
Hinojosa is a member and active participant of the Arts Leadership Alumni + Student Association of the University of Houston. She earned a bachelor of arts in performance studies with a minor in psychology from Texas A&M University and a master of arts in arts leadership from the University of Houston.