Advocacy & Community Engagement Manager
Vincent Hall, helps lead ArtPride’s advocacy and governmental affairs efforts and is the new state captain for Americans for the Arts (AFTA)’s annual Arts Action Summit. He’s an integral part in advancing ArtPride’s equity, diversity, and inclusion initiatives and is the staff liaison for the Independent Advisory Committee. He is one of the founding members of the New Jersey Arts and Culture Administrators of Color (NJACAC) and has most recently collaborated with the New Jersey Theatre Alliance (NJTA) on Creating Change Symposium, a virtual conference to help move NJ’s cultural community to a more just, antiracist, and equitable community.
Before working for ArtPride, Vincent was a media consultant for a production company in South Jersey where he acted as the key liaison between the producer and clients. In addition, he was an Event Assistant at Grounds For Sculpture and oversaw the success of hundreds of events from start to finish. Vincent graduated from William Paterson University where he majored in History.