Nadia Savira Chrisanto (she/her) is the Assistant Operations + Digital Assets Manager at the Center for Cultural Innovation (CCI), a California-based knowledge and financial services incubator for individual artists. Nadia joined CCI in 2018 as the Program Assistant and is happy to return in 2021 in this new capacity. Prior to CCI, she worked as Administrative Assistant for LACMA’s Education & Public Programs Department and Curatorial Assistant for the California African American Museum (CAAM). She was the 2016 Getty Marrow Undergraduate Curatorial Programs Intern at CAAM, where she developed her passion in the arts and nonprofit administration.
Nadia has extensive experience in project management, programming, curatorial research, exhibitions planning, grantmaking, and arts administration. She is committed to supporting works of under-resourced BIPOC artists and communities, and using art & history to promote diversity and cultural history. Outside of CCI, Nadia is the elected Leadership Council Co-Chair for Emerging Arts Leaders/Los Angeles, a network of arts professionals that cultivates upcoming creative leaders in the greater Los Angeles area.
Born in Jakarta and moved to Los Angeles in 2002, Nadia received her B.A. in History from California State Polytechnic University Pomona and A.A. in History, Humanities, and Social & Behavioral Sciences from Pasadena City College. Nadia enjoys delicious sweets, cooking, playing games, and spoiling her two cats, Boba and Mochi.