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Nina D. Sánchez, Director of Enrich Chicago, collaborates with a collective of 30 arts and philanthropic institutions working to end systemic racism in the arts. She has served in a variety of capacities within multicultural leadership initiatives, direct-service, and education sectors, building anti-racism frameworks, disrupting systemic inequity at its core, and mobilizing strategic plans into meaningful programs, opportunities, and institutional/individual actions. She leverages her strengths of strategy, ideation, and assessment to be an active voice for effective policies and systemic interventions that support increased racial equity her hometown of Chicago.


Ian DAMONt Martin

Program Manager

Ian Damont Martin leverages his experience as a practicing artist, arts administrator, and facilitator to build transformative spaces for positive change. He has worked with a number of arts & cultural institutions with a primary focus on program design, coordination, implementation, and analysis. Ian is also the Artistic Director of Haven Theatre. In varying capacities, Ian has also worked with Goodman Theatre, Middle Coast Film Festival, the Gift Theatre, Jackalope Theatre, the DuSable Museum, the National Society of Arts and Letters, Indiana University, Ivy Tech Community College, Bloomington Playwrights Project, Youth Theatre Journal, and the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Cincinnati. Ian’s artistic practice, alongside his experience in arts administration and community organizing, lay a unique and powerful foundation for the important work of realizing racial equity in the arts. Ian gives love to the women of color who have made him the man he is today.