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Eleven Anne Arundel County Non-Profits To Receive Training in Best Management Practices

 Lydia Alcock
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by Lydia Alcock

Lydia Alcock joined the Standards for Excellence Institute in February 2017, and joined its sponsor, Maryland Nonprofits, in March 2016. She is the Marketing and Communications Coordinator. Born in England and raised in New York, Lydia moved to Baltimore in 2008 to earn her B.A. from Johns Hopkins University. Lydia previously worked at Maryvale Preparatory School, Port Discovery Children’s Museum and the Smithsonian Center for Learning and Digital Access, and also has extensive experience volunteering with an animal rescue nonprofit. Lydia keeps busy exploring the Baltimore region and riding her horse, Ace. She lives in Baltimore City with her cats, dogs, and backyard chickens.
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The Community Foundation of Anne Arundel County (CFAAC) and the Arts Council of Anne Arundel County (ACAAC) recently announced the selection of eleven nonprofit Arts and Culture organizations to participate in an 18-month program training program with the Standards for Excellence Institute. The training program will run from January 2018 through April 2019.

The eleven organizations are the Annapolis OperaAnnapolis Arts DistrictAnnapolis Film FestivalAnnapolis Maritime MuseumChesapeake Arts CenterCreative and Performing Arts of South CountyEncore Creativity for Older AdultsMaryland Federation of ArtMaryland HallMaryland Concert Series, and The Musical Autist.

Read more about the training program here.