Edwin Pagán is a New York-based artist, cultural advocate, and thought leader with over 30 years of hands-on experience in communications,content creation, program development and implementation in the non-profit and commercial sectors, leveraging his narrative massaging skills to craft uniquely relevant marketing and design concurrence campaigns that meet the needs of a diverse target base.
Pagán gained his extensive experience in providing arts-based communications, marketing, and technical assistance experience as a result of stints at the Bronx Council on the Arts (BCA), Association of Hispanic Arts (AHA), Black Filmmaker Foundation, National Association of Latino Independent Producers (NALIP), and Hispanic Organization of Latino Actor (HOLA).
He is also the program manager for the Bronx Culture Collective (BxCC), where he works with the South Bronx-based arts community on a “Cultural Identity Reclamation” project that seeks to strengthen and unify the arts resources in the region as a tool for empowerment and expanded collaboration to collectively address the most pressing social issues, including gentrification.During his tenure, he has developed the ‘South Bronx X South Bronx’ community resource portal,an online platform that is helping to realign how the region is perceived beyond its borders.
His rare skill-set of creative and administrative experience ideally lends itself to leading project management initiatives that require interaction and facilitation among culturally diverse populations, and where critical long-term network building capacities are required.
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