SueEllen Kroll serves as a senior program officer for Arts & Creativity. In this role, SueEllen oversees a portfolio of innovative capacity building efforts, including the Barr Klarman Massachusetts Arts Initiative that aims to build the adaptive capacity of mid-size arts and culture organizations and grow key partnerships statewide. SueEllen also contributes to the program's evolving anti-racism work and supports strategy development. She co-founded and serves on the steering committee of Philanthropy Massachusetts’ Program Staff Learning Network.
Three New Community Foundations Join “Creative Commonwealth” Partnership – Cambridge, Greater Lowell, and MetroWest
Expanded initiative now includes eight community foundations. Next three years to feature new and deepened investments, experiments, and learning to advance more equitable, vibrant, and sustainable arts and creativity in communities across Massachusetts.
What does prioritizing racial equity in an arts organization look like? A new series shares stories and reflections from Barr partners.
A new podcast series features stories from artists and leaders to harness creativity to shift power dynamics, avoid burn-out, and build authentic community.
Arts & Creativity Program Officer SueEllen Kroll shares key findings from newly-released evaluations.
Six Questions with SueEllen Kroll.