Pelham Art Center announces four new members to its Board of Directors. New board members Nancy Mazzei, Rosemary Maggiore, Marni Pedorella, and Emily Sharrock each bring a unique set of skills and experience across a variety of sectors. All four women share a passion for the arts and community engagement in Pelham and beyond.
Pelham Art Center welcomes the following board members:
Nancy Mazzei is a graduate of The School of Visual Arts, she is a television creative executive, previous agency partner, and design instructor. Mazzie’s work has been recognized by AIGA, The Type Directors Club, and the Art Director’s Club. In 2020 she was Emmy Nominated for a Black History Campaign geared towards kids while working at NBC. Her font “Gladys” was included in the Cooper Hewitt show “Mixing Messages” and remains in the museum’s permanent collection. She lives in Pelham with her husband Michael and their daughter Maizy.
Rosemary Maggiore is the Head of Global Sales for AudienceView Ticketing Company which brings technology solutions to the live events industries. Rosemary has served on several boards during her 17 years in Pelham, most recently as the Vice President of the Pelham Education Foundation. She has two artistically inclined children, one who currently studies at the School of Visual Arts and one PMHS senior. She and her family have been long-time fans of the PAC and deeply appreciate this gem in our community.
Marni Pedorella has been a resident of Pelham for over 25 years. She is an entertainment and intellectual property lawyer, currently serving as General Counsel of Universal Studio Group (USG), NBCUniversal’s television entertainment studio team. In her over 20 years at NBCUniversal, Marni served as General Counsel of NBC Entertainment, Lead Counsel of NBC’s Late Night franchises. Marni loves taking classes at the Pelham Art Center and is excited to join the board.
Emily Sharrock has spent over 20 years working in education and social policy, leadership and school administration in both the government and nonprofit sectors. She is currently Associate Vice President of the Education Center at Bank Street College of Education. Emily holds a BA from Wesleyan University and an MPA from Columbia University’s School for International & Public Affairs. Emily lives in Pelham with her husband and two children, both of whom are avid fans of the Pelham Art Center’s educational programs. She is an active member of the Junior League and looks forward to the opportunity to give back to her community by supporting one of its most vital arts organizations.