Cora Neito is French and Brazilian. She comes from a financial background, and was always attracted to the arts. In the Arts Administration Program, she is joining her skills and passion, and aiming for working with non-profit organizations.
What attracted you to the Arts Administration Program at Teachers College, Columbia University? The possibility of looking at the arts as an integral part of society, and being involved in the inception and management of organizations devoted to making it as accessible and universal as possible.
How are your studies helping to advance your career goals? The classes, professors, and fellow students are a wonderful door into what makes the art world so diverse and dynamic. The access to new industries, new practices, and new ways of thinking is incredibly helpful.
Describe student life as a member of the ARAD community. The cohort has a great sense of community, and the sharing of experiences is very rich. The very diverse backgrounds translate into dynamic sessions and a lot of learning, and not just in the classroom.