Nick Pozek is an arts advocate and strategic advisor with over a decade of experience leading ambitious projects and cross-disciplinary teams in the cultural sector. Nick has pioneered new models for engaging global audiences, developed strategic cross-sector partnerships, and championed innovation in a variety of arts organizations.

In his role as Interim Director, Learning and Leadership Programs at the League of American Orchestras, Nick serves as a liaison to League member orchestras and advises on the curriculum and content for the League’s flagship Emerging Leaders Program.

As a consultant, Nick provides guidance on strategic planning and organizational transformation to cultural and charitable organizations.

Nick previously led Asia Society’s efforts to cultivate understanding and collaboration in the cultural sector through the Transfuze initiative. Nick also built an emerging media program at Carnegie Museum of Art that integrated digital innovation into the core operations of a century-old institution. His work included some of the earliest efforts to engage museum audiences through social media and create meaningful visitor experiences through immersive interactive content.

Nick holds a Master of Arts Management from the School of Public Policy & Management in the H. John Heinz III College at Carnegie Mellon University and graduate certificates from Duquesne University School of Law and Gabelli School of Business. Nick holds the Certified Nonprofit Accounting Professional designation from Fiscal Management Associates and the Certified Negotiation Expert designation from the Real Estate Negotiation Institute.

Recent Interviews

Guru Talk: Nick Pozek – Asia Society, DAM Guru

What’s On Your Phone, Nick Pozek?, Arts Management & Technology Blog

About Nick