Brídín Clements is an NYC-based producer and manager in the performing arts and a passionate advocate for the importance of arts education. Currently, Brídín is Associate Production Manager at NYU Tisch Drama and is pursuing a Masters in Public Administration at NYU's Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service. Brídín also runs a handmade greeting card company in great haste.
Brí recently served as Special Assistant to the Artistic Director and Executive Director at the American Repertory Theater at Harvard University. Other past positions include Regional Field Director for the Paul Clements for Congress campaign in Southwest Michigan, Business Manager for NYC’s premier hip-hop improv team North Coast, Operations Manager at technical production management firm Tinc Productions, four seasons with the New York Musical Festival (NYMF), most recently as Assistant General Manager, and four seasons on the producing team for the contemporary performance festival American Realness.
If an organization is committed to building a more inclusive, diverse, and equitable industry, the resources are allotted to their internship programs should be a demonstration of these values.
A few questions to consider; for those of us who have never needed to make a video and are now being asked to shift all of our events from live to digital.