Please give a warm welcome to Minji Kim, the inaugural program administrator for the program. Minji will manage and execute all administrative and operational functions of the program. As an alum, Minji is thrilled to return to the program and to NYU to take on this exciting new role.
Minji has over six years of experience serving as Communications and Events Senior Lead at the International Society for the Performing Arts (ISPA), a global association with a membership of more than 600 performing arts organizations from over 55 countries. During her time at ISPA, Minji played a key role in organizing conferences for global leaders in the field and partnering with arts organizations in New York City and overseas. In addition, she developed and implemented ISPA’s strategic communication plans. Prior to joining ISPA, Minji held various roles in marketing, membership, and development with the Orchestra of St. Luke’s, Japan Society, and Carnegie Hall.
In 2015, she was a 2015 Emerging Leaders of New York Arts (ELNYA) Fellow and subsequently served on the ELNYA board of directors. Minji holds a master’s degree in Performing Arts Administration (NYU Steinhardt) and a master’s degree in Mass Communication (University of Florida).
Dr. Richard Maloney, Director of the Performing Arts Administration program, said, “Ms. Kim will take the PAA program’s efforts to offer seamless support and an exceptional learning experience for our students to the next level. In addition, her deep understanding of the performing arts industry in New York and around the world will be a tremendous asset for the program.”
“I am deeply honored to join NYU’s Performing Arts Administration,” said Minji. “Over the years, I have observed the program’s deep commitment to creating and maintaining a superb learning environment. I look forward to contributing to the transformational work led by Dr. Maloney and our distinguished group of faculty members and colleagues.”