Newsmaker: Teresa Gregory
Noteworthy: Gregory made a presentation about student interns at the Association of Arts Administration Educators' 2014 Annual Conference in Montreal.
Residence: Mt. Lebanon
Family: Husband, Daniel Hudock Jr.; children, Jada, 11, and Kira, 8
Occupation: Assistant professor in the Sports, Arts and Entertainment Management program in Point Park University's School of Business
Education: Associate degree, individual studies, State University of New York at Morrisville, 1981; Bachelor of Fine Arts, theatre management with a business minor, Ithaca College, 1983; Master of Fine Arts, theatre arts, University of California at Los Angeles, 1986
Quote: “Pittsburgh is our classroom, so we rely on a large number of community partners who host our students as interns. … Getting hands-on experience and networking are key to getting jobs.”
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