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Newsmaker: Teresa Gregory

Teresa Gregory, 52, of Mt. Lebanon made a presentation on the issue of student interns at the Association of Arts Administration Educators 2014 Annual Conference in Montreal, Quebec. She is the newsmaker for June 14, 2014.
Saturday, June 14, 2014, 2:06 a.m.
 

Noteworthy: Gregory made a presentation about student interns at the Association of Arts Administration Educators' 2014 Annual Conference in Montreal.

Age: 52

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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