Administrative Staff

Mary Fitzgerald

Marketing Specialist

Mary studied graphic design from a young age and has worked with many nonprofits throughout her education. She enjoys solving problems creatively and telling stories through visual aspects. Mary enjoys meeting everyone who has come together for the arts and is proud that she has been able to shape what the J looks like in the world.  

Mary’s earliest memory of art was drawing and coloring as a kid with all her art supplies sprawled out over the living room floor. She believes art is important to a community because every single person is creative in their own way and having a place to go to experience, create, and be inspired is essential. A fun fact about Mary is that she has been to 48 states!

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Mary Fitzgerald

Marketing Specialist

Mary studied graphic design from a young age and has worked with many nonprofits throughout her education. She enjoys solving problems creatively and telling stories through visual aspects. Mary enjoys meeting everyone who has come together for the arts and is proud that she has been able to shape what the J looks like in the world.  

Mary’s earliest memory of art was drawing and coloring as a kid with all her art supplies sprawled out over the living room floor. She believes art is important to a community because every single person is creative in their own way and having a place to go to experience, create, and be inspired is essential. A fun fact about Mary is that she has been to 48 states!

Contact [email protected]

Mary Fitzgerald

Marketing Specialist

Mary studied graphic design from a young age and has worked with many nonprofits throughout her education. She enjoys solving problems creatively and telling stories through visual aspects. Mary enjoys meeting everyone who has come together for the arts and is proud that she has been able to shape what the J looks like in the world.  

Mary’s earliest memory of art was drawing and coloring as a kid with all her art supplies sprawled out over the living room floor. She believes art is important to a community because every single person is creative in their own way and having a place to go to experience, create, and be inspired is essential. A fun fact about Mary is that she has been to 48 states!

Contact [email protected]

Mary Fitzgerald

Marketing Specialist

Mary studied graphic design from a young age and has worked with many nonprofits throughout her education. She enjoys solving problems creatively and telling stories through visual aspects. Mary enjoys meeting everyone who has come together for the arts and is proud that she has been able to shape what the J looks like in the world.  

Mary’s earliest memory of art was drawing and coloring as a kid with all her art supplies sprawled out over the living room floor. She believes art is important to a community because every single person is creative in their own way and having a place to go to experience, create, and be inspired is essential. A fun fact about Mary is that she has been to 48 states!

Contact [email protected]

Mary Fitzgerald

Marketing Specialist

Mary studied graphic design from a young age and has worked with many nonprofits throughout her education. She enjoys solving problems creatively and telling stories through visual aspects. Mary enjoys meeting everyone who has come together for the arts and is proud that she has been able to shape what the J looks like in the world.  

Mary’s earliest memory of art was drawing and coloring as a kid with all her art supplies sprawled out over the living room floor. She believes art is important to a community because every single person is creative in their own way and having a place to go to experience, create, and be inspired is essential. A fun fact about Mary is that she has been to 48 states!

Contact [email protected]

Mary Fitzgerald

Marketing Specialist

Mary studied graphic design from a young age and has worked with many nonprofits throughout her education. She enjoys solving problems creatively and telling stories through visual aspects. Mary enjoys meeting everyone who has come together for the arts and is proud that she has been able to shape what the J looks like in the world.  

Mary’s earliest memory of art was drawing and coloring as a kid with all her art supplies sprawled out over the living room floor. She believes art is important to a community because every single person is creative in their own way and having a place to go to experience, create, and be inspired is essential. A fun fact about Mary is that she has been to 48 states!

Contact [email protected]