New Addition to the AH Team: Stephanie E. Bostic

Stephanie E. Bostic joins the Arts Horizons family as a program manager, taking over from Michele Renaud.   She began her career with the United States Tennis Association as a public relations assistant then assistant director of communications, where her responsibilities included managing all press relations for the U.S. Open Tennis Championships, and coordinating corporate participation to ensure that each company received maximum impact from their sponsorship. Stephanie has been an
entrepreneur owning a company that offered video production, graphic design, public relations, and event management. She also was part of a small team who helped launch MSNBC and create the initial convergence between television and the Internet.

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Stephanie is the founder and president of Charly Productions, an event management and marketing company, where I have worked with a number of clients and projects, including for the last 21 years as the event manager of Reverend Jesse L. Jackson, Sr.’s Rainbow PUSH Wall Street Project Economic Summit in NYC.
A native New Yorker, she was born and raised in Queens but has lived in Bergen County since 1988. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in public communications from Boston University.

Stephanie is the proud mother of one daughter, Charly Evon Simpson, who is a playwright, teacher, performer, and poet in New York City.

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About Arts Horizons

Arts Horizons is a premier not-for-profit arts-in-education organization that provides live professional performances and artist-in-residence programs to students and professional development for teachers throughout the entire tri-state region. Our commitment is to make music, art, dance, theatre, new media and creative writing an integral part not only of learning, but of life. Through the transformative impact of the arts, we reach young people through many dimensions, breaking down the barriers of language and culture, accelerating personal growth, and stimulating children’s full potential to prepare them for life in the twenty-first century.

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