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Incorporated in the spring of 1982, the Rocky Mountain Arts Association (RMAA) exists to build community through music. RMAA supports the operations of four community choruses: the Denver Women's Chorus (DWC), the Denver Gay Men's Chorus (DGMC), Out Loud: The Colorado Springs Men's Chorus, and the Mosaic Youth Chorus. These choruses have joined together as an organization for the purpose of making an artistic statement: the choruses, as they sing, provide educational, cultural and social enrichment for our audiences and ourselves, and we identify as an organization of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (GLBT) people and supporters that is actively making a positive contribution to the entire community. RMAA is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization.
RMAA is currently recruiting for a full-time Executive Director. If you or someone you know would be interested in this position, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Eve Campbell, Interim Executive Director
Eve Campbell has worked in the Not-For-Profit industry all of her adult life and loves being involved in mission driven experiences. As an early member of The Women's Chorus of Dallas she found her passion for the gay and lesbian choral movement. She served as the Executive Director of TWCD for over ten years and currently works as a consultant to non-profit arts organizations. Eve has served on numerous non-profit boards including the GALA Choruses board, with a term as president during the Festival Year 2000 in San Jose, CA. During her time with the GALA Choruses board Eve began working with member chorus boards to help with strategic planning, crisis intervention, annual planning, fund development strategies and other board issues. Since her first GALA Choruses consult in 1998, she has had over 100 consults with different choruses and other non-profits, many multiple times, as repeat requests have been frequent. She has also presented at Leadership Conferences, Festival and Artistic Director and Manager's meeting. Recognized as both a community leader and a leader in the gay and lesbian choral movement, Eve has received numerous awards including the Legacy Award from GALA Choruses (the organization's highest honor), the Extra Mile Award for service to the Dallas gay and lesbian community and a lifetime membership award with the Women's Chorus of Dallas.