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Karen Atkinson

Getting Your Sh*t Together/GYSTInk

Karen Atkinson runs GYST Ink (Getting Your Sh*t Together) as an art practice, working to make life better for artists through software, publications and support services. She also does consulting on a one to one basis for artists and arts administrators. See website for additional details.
Topic(s): Financial Management and Accounting; Executive Coaching; Networking/Field Learning; Fundraising; Facilitation; Leadership; Non Profit Job Opportunities; Programming; Audience Development; Career Development: Multiple Topic Business Training; Management/Strategic Planning; Advocacy; Legal Issues; Marketing/Communications; Education; Board Development; Technology Training
Location(s): National

Website: http://www.gyst-ink.com

Gigi Rosenberg

Gigi Rosenberg

Gigi Rosenberg is an author, public speaking coach and artist coach who works with executives, nonprofit leaders and ambitious artists. Her goal as a public speaking coach is to help you connect with your audiences with clarity, authenticity and warmth. When she’s not coaching, Gigi is a writer and solo performer and the author of The Artist's Guide to Grant Writing, published by Watson-Guptill, and now in its 6th printing. With a background in storytelling, corporate communications and theater, she’s been a guest commentator on Oregon Public Radio and has performed her monologues off-Broadway and at Seattle's On The Boards. For details, visit gigirosenberg.com.
Topic(s): Executive Coaching; Fundraising; Leadership; Career Development: Multiple Topic Business Training; Marketing/Communications
Location(s): Online Classes/Webinars; National; Other States/Regions
Phone: 503.771.0400 x
Website: http://gigirosenberg.com

Graphic Artists Guild

The purpose of the Graphic Artists Guild is to promote and protect the social, economic and professional interests of its members. The Guild is committed to improving conditions for all graphic artists (including, but not limited to: animators, cartoonists, designers, illustrators, and digital artists) and raising standards for the entire industry. The Guild embraces graphic artists at all skill levels.
Topic(s): Marketing/Communications; Non Profit Job Opportunities
Location(s): National
Phone: 212/791-3400
Website: http://www.gag.org

Greg Victoroff

Greg Victoroff & Associates

Greg Victoroff is a partner in the Los Angeles law firm of Rohde & Victoroff. Since 1979 Mr. Victoroff’s practice has involved handling business and intellectual property trials and appeals in state and federal courts and negotiating copyright, trademark, fine art, intellectual property, publishing, film, music, and visual art contracts. He has received a Martindale-Hubbell rating of “AV Preeminent,” the highest possible rating in both legal ability and ethical standards. Mr. Victoroff’s institutional clients have included Epson, Mark Burnett Productions, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem as Trustees of the Estate of Albert Einstein, the Graphic Artist’s Guild, Tacony, Balcony Press, Soft Air USA, Bellwork Press, Intervisual Books, the Italian-American Opera Foundation, The Erotic Museum, Plaza de Cultura et Artes, sculptors Carole Feuerman, Tony Delap, musicians Chuck Mangione, Al McKay, Bruno Mars, Phranc, and art galleries Jonathan Novak Contemporary Art, Timothy Yarger Fine Art and Ikon Fine Art, among others. Certified by the State Bar of California as an MCLE provider, Mr. Victoroff frequently lectures on intellectual property law matters for Bar Associations, law schools, art and music schools across the country, including UCLA’s Anderson School of Business, Yale Entertainment and Sports Law Association, American Bar Association, American Law Institute, State Bar of California, American Association of Museums, The Art Institute of California - Hollywood, The University of The Arts, Honolulu Academy of Art Center, Claremont College, California Institute of the Arts, Hollywood Film Festival, Otis/Parsons College of Art and of Design, California State Northridge, Art Center College of Design, Ringling School of Art and Design, Chaffee College, College of the Desert, Screen Actor’s Guild, The Graphic Artist’s Guild, The Center for Cultural Innovation, Los Angeles International Contemporary Art Fair and Art Expo New York. Mr. Victoroff has served as a legal consultant to documentary films including “I Ain’t In It For My Health”, about Levon Helms, former vocalist and drummer for The Band, “Bombing LA”, about Los Angeles graffiti, “Kamikaze Hearts”, about the San Francisco and Los Angeles adult movie business, and NBC’s “Midnight Caller”. In addition to authoring numerous articles on copyright and entertainment law, he is the editor and co-author of “The Visual Artists Business and Legal Guide” (Prentice Hall 1995) and a contributor to “The Musicians Business and Legal Guide” (Prentice Hall 2001), “How To Make and Sell Your Own Recording” (Prentice Hall 1999), “A Music Business Primer” (Prentice Hall 2003) ,“Entertainment Publishing and the Arts Handbook” (Clark Boardman 1990) and the “Handbook of Pricing and Ethical Guidelines” (GAG 2001-2010). Mr. Victoroff is the past President of the Beverly Hills Bar Association Barristers and a founding member of its Committee for the Arts. In 2008 he received the first Artistic License Award presented to an individual attorney from California Lawyers for the Arts. As a musician Mr. Victoroff has backed artists such as Santana, Huey Lewis and the News, Bobby McFerrin, Journey, Jefferson Starship and Graham Nash, Ernie Watts and Barbie Benton. He currently performs with the Los Angeles Lawyers Philharmonic Orchestra and his own jazz ensemble. 
Topic(s): Legal Issues
Location(s): California Statewide
Phone: 310-207-8999
Website: http://www.victoroff-law.com

Debra Chasnoff


We specialize in crafting strategic documentary films and distribution campaigns with ambitious social, economic, and environmental justice goals. Working closely with movement advocates and public interest organizations, we: • envision the structural, political, or cultural change that needs to happen; • identify the stories and messaging that can move audiences to get involved; • assess the best format, length, and style that will help achieve the project’s goals; • collaborate to craft a top-notch production; • design an audience engagement and outreach strategy that will harness the power of film to catalyze change. Individually, President and Senior Producer Debra Chasnoff is a coach and consultant to filmmakers and non-profit leaders. 
Topic(s): Audience Development; Management/Strategic Planning; Advocacy; Marketing/Communications
Location(s): San Francisco Bay Area
Phone: 415 641 4616 x 306
Website: http://www.groundspark.org