Crain’s New York Business names Courtney J. Boddie, New 42 Vice President, Education & School Engagement, a 2021 Notable Black Leader and Executive for her creative solutions in bringing performing arts to New York City’s underserved communities, and for strengthening schools through New Victory Education programs.
New Victory audiences have expanded as we embrace our family of international artists and help kids discover global cultures, art forms and human experiences through New Victory Arts Break. This series of free arts curriculum has garnered over 750,000 national and international online views through our website.
Congratulations to Courtney J. Boddie and Lindsey Buller Maliekel on their promotions to the New 42 Executive Team!
Any impediment can be viewed as an opportunity for growth, a moment to test our powers of creativity, and a chance to begin anew.
We’ve compiled some of their work for our fellow New Yorkers to enjoy, and we couldn’t be more excited to share it with you.
We invite you and your family to pack up your imaginations and trot along with us as we visit Australia, India and Canada!
Arts give us a way to make sense of the world, learn about ourselves and people different than us, and imagine something new.
During this time, artists around the globe are sharing their work online, and we remain dedicated to linking our patrons to this network.
New Victory Arts Break, our online performing arts curriculum (which recently surpassed 150,000 views!) was created to do just that: bring you joy.
Thank you, our donors, patrons and friends, for your outpouring of support. Every kind message and generous contribution has been overwhelming.