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Meet a Cultural Cabinet Member: Tracy Anne Wenzinger

 

Job Title & Organization: CEO, Content Group, Project Manager, Nord DOC OÜ

Degrees/Certifications: BA, Biochemistry (University of California San Diego), MA, Pedagogique des Sciences Naturelles et Chimie Organique (Cooperation Francais)

Professional Affiliations: Member of American Chemical Society, Philadelphia Impact 100, Friends of Children’s Crisis Treatment Center of Philadelphia, Friends of Wilmington Parks, WePAC (West Philadelphia Alliance for Children)

Board Service: Executive Board Member of Friends of Wilmington Parks 1996-2001, Board Trustee of Pennsylvania Ballet 2008-present

What keeps you engaged and passionate when it comes to arts and culture?
As someone who spent my youth in France and Italy, I grew up with an appreciation for the arts. When moving to the Philadelphia Area in 2004, I was able to become involved volunteering for the Pennsylvania Ballet and later a trustee.  I have helped rejuvenate the Ballet’s volunteer corps, in addition, to help support (and often co-chair) many of our development events. I believe it is important that arts and culture are easily accessible to everyone. 

What do you find most valuable about being Cultural Cabinet member?
As a member of the Cultural Cabinet, I can learn more about other cultural institutions in Philadelphia and facilitate in forming natural connections amongst the institutions.  Although my passion is with the ballet, I enjoy all types of arts and believe children and adults should be exposed to as many different forms as possible. 

Tell us a fun fact about yourself.
I have traveled to over 60 countries and speak 6 languages.