Meet The Team
Carole Brzozowski, Syracuse University Arts Presenter
Carole is the Syracuse University Performing Arts Presenter and works closely with Chancellor and President Nancy Cantor in the effort to advance the university’s mission to connect its nationally recognized performing art programs and venues to the world. She establishes relationships and collaborates with leaders in the performing arts and connects them to other performing arts leaders and new venues globally. Before advancing to this position she served as Dean of Syracuse University’s College of Visual and Performing Arts (VPA) for the eight years. She is the immediate past president of the Cultural Resources Council. She now serves on the boards of the Syracuse International Film Festival and Point of Contact Gallery (president). Brzozowski has a degree in voice performance from VPA and continues to perform regionally and internationally, specializing in the sacred literature of the early Baroque, French Romantic, and Modern periods.
Holly Zahn, Assistant Director of Project Development
In 2012, Holly received a B.F.A. in Film from the Department of Transmedia at Syracuse University (SU) in the College of Visual and Performing Arts. Last year, she was selected as a 2012-13 Imagining America Engagement Scholar at SU. As part of her scholarship, Holly served as Production Coordinator at SU Arts Engage, took graduate courses, and continued her work as a Video Editor at Orange Television Network in Newhouse. Currently, Holly continues her work with SU Arts Engage as Assistant Director of Project Development and manages Media and Special Projects at Imagining America. She is deeply engaged in the process of using arts and media to promote knowledge, empathy, and understanding across divisive barriers. Holly also serves as a Teaching Assistant in the Department of Transmedia.
Corinne Tyo, Production Coordinator
Corinne hails from Charleston, South Carolina, but the town of Syracuse was always a household name. She just finished her BFA in Acting in the College of Visual and Performing Arts. She's currently a graduate student with Janklow Arts Leadership Program. She was selected as a 2013-2014 Imagining America Engagement Scholar, which led to her involvement with SU Arts Engage. When she's not in the office or the classroom, she can be found suspended in the air, wrapped in silks or painted silver at your local farmer's market (depending on the day). Visit her website for more information.
Hannah dual majored as an undergraduate in Art Photography and Religion and received her BFA in May 2013 from the Department of Transmedia in the College of Visual and Performing Arts at Syracuse University. She is currently pursuing a Certificate of Advanced Studies in Information Innovation through the iSchool as an Engagement Scholar for Imagining America. Her interests include religious studies, conflict and post-conflict resolution and devising ways to change the world. You can view Hannah's portfolio here.