our team


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Ebony Noelle Golden serves as the Consulting Director of Education and Engagement working in partnership with Camille A. Brown & Dancers. Golden is also a performance artist, scholar, and strategist. Recent and forthcoming works include: an Open Call Commission by The Shed, a world premiere commission by The National Black Theatre, and a public artist residency (PAIR) by the Office of Cultural Affairs and The Mayor’s Office to Combat Domestic Violence.

Ebony creates site-specific rituals and live art installations that explore the complexities of freedom in the time of now. She is a resident artist at Hemispheric Institute for Performance and Politics at NYU and also lectures on black feminist/womanist theatre and experimental performance at New School and community-based practice in the M.A./M.F.A. program in Performance and Performance Studies at Pratt.

Learn more about Ebony’s creative and consulting work at bettysdaughterarts.com


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Gwendolyn Baum, originally from New Jersey, graduated from the Boston Conservatory in May of 2014, Summa Cum Laude, with her B.F.A in Contemporary Dance. When she first came to New York City, she participated in a project commissioned by The Moving Beauty Series, working specifically with choreographer Sandra Kramerova. As she began to build her presence in New York she had the opportunity to perform with Dante Brown|Warehouse Dance, Alison Cook Beatty Dance and LL Moves. She participated in New York Fashion Week for designer Sho Konishi and toured nationally and internationally with Kizuna Dance as a founding company member and Rehearsal Director. Off stage, she has worked with many dance photographers including Rachel Neville and Brian Mengini on various dance photography projects and print and has also consulted administratively for Kizuna Dance and other companies she has danced for. While a part of the company, she spearheaded two successful fundraising events and multiple online campaigns by offering her in-depth knowledge of online marketing and promotion. Gwendolyn often served as a voice for Kizuna Dance, and her ability to speak to people of all ages and backgrounds to pull them into the company’s mission was an invaluable asset while the company was on tour. Gwendolyn has trained in various ballet and modern dance disciplines, as well as improvisation, partnering, and somatic practices. Gwendolyn is excited to continue growing in New York City, where she is currently based.


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Born and raised in Queens, NY, Indira Goodwine is an arts administrator committed to using art as a form of activism to educate, inspire and service diverse communities. She has been the Company Manager for CABD since 2012 and transitioned into the role of the first Managing Director for the company in August 2016. In her new role, she is responsible for Board leadership and nonprofit incorporation and oversight, fiscal management and overall administration of the company and management of all consultants and administrators. Her professional career in arts administration began as intern at Harlem Stage in 2011 and she completed her work there in July 2016 as General Management Associate.

Ms.Goodwine has participated in notable programs, such as the American Express Leadership Academy and Dance/USA’s DILT Program. She was on the 2006 list of Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, the 2008 Humanitarian of the Year for The College of Visual Arts, Theater and Dance at The Florida State University, and has received other awards and scholarships in her dance, academic, and professional career.

As a performer, she has had the opportunity to perform works by Camille A. Brown, Earl Mosley, Jawole Willa Jo Zollar, Millicent Johnnie, Toni Renee Johnson, Shani Collins-Achille, Shouze Ma, Tamara LaDonna Williams, and Troy Powell, among others. She received her M.A. in Performing Arts Administration from New York University and a BFA in Dance Performance from The Florida State University where she graduated Magna Cum Laude.


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Jane Chan is a lighting designer specializing in theatre, dance, musicals, and opera. Experience in closely collaborating with multi-media designers. She is a member of United Scenic Arts, Local 829, currently based in New York. She is also a Member of the 2015 Lincoln Center Theater Directors Lab.

Jane is excited to join Camille A. Brown & Dancers as their Lighting Supervisor starting Spring of 2018. She is also the Lighting designer for Xuejuan Dance Ensemble In D.C. and has been the lighting designer for two years for The Annual Choreographers Showcase in Maryland.

Jane’s design credits include: The Stowaway (Classical Stage Company); That Face (Baltimore Center Stage); The Little Mermaid (Stamford All-School Musical); The Widow of Tom’s Hill (59E59 theatre); Carousel (Maryland Hall); Lotus Variations in Harmony (Kennedy Center); Take Me Out, (1st Stage); The Waiting Room, Be Still My Heart(University of Maryland); A Year of Frog and Toad, James and the Giant Peach, Pinkalicious the Musical (Hangar Theatre); Talk to Me Like the Rain, Applicant (Williamstown theatre Festival)

Associate/Assistant design credits include: 170 Days in Nanking (World Premier, Jiangsu Grand Theater, China); Beauty and The Beast, The Lion King (Shanghai Walt Disney Grand Theatre); The Band’s Visit, Hold Onto Me Darling (Atlantic Theatre); Romeo and Juliet (Hartford Stage); Of Good Stock (Manhattan Theatre Club); The Spoils (The New Group); Tamburlaine (Theatre for A New Audience); This is Our Youth (Steppenwolf Theatre Company); Betrayal (Broadway); Chinglish (Broadway); Chimerica (Studio Theatre, DC)

Jane is original from Macau, China. She received her B.A. in Communication Design from the University of Buffalo and M.F.A. in Lighting design from the University of Maryland. She is fluent in English, Cantonese and Mandarin. Given the multicultural background, she confident to bring in more diversity into this industry.


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Jordan Lugenbeel is the web manager and has been designing websites and brands since 2010.

Jordan is also a dance artist and goes by the name Jrive. He makes video dance pieces and released his first video album, “Mix Site”, online at JriveDance.com. He released his second dance album "My Own Lane" on DVD and toured it in 11 cites in the summer of 2018.

He attended the University of Colorado- Boulder where he met the Hip-Hop dance legend Dr. Rennie Harris. He served as Dr. Harris’ executive assistant and web/brand manager for 3 years.

Jordan now resides in Florida where he does web design and is working on his next dance album, "Dance With Me".


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Kandis Terry, from Miami, Fl is an undergraduate student pursuing a BFA in dance with a minor in Community Action and Social Change from the University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre and Dance . Prior to her College training she attended the prestigious New World School of the Arts located in the heart of downtown Miami, FL. As a high school student she performed lead parts in works by Uri Sands and Sidra Bell. During her time as Mildred McIntosh Scholar she has participated in faculty Pieces by Peter Sparling, Sandra Torijano, and Melissa Beck, as well as repertory by Ohad Naharin. In the 2016 SMTD collage concert she performed as a soloist and received the Gotlieb Performance Award. She was also featured on the cover of the Michigan Muse Alumni magazine that following summer. Kandis is currently the new Alumni Relations Chair for the Black Student Union and has served as the creative director of Bronze Elegance Fashion Charity Show for the past 2 years. Kandis aspires to inspire other dancers, especially of color, to be generous with their movement and to take advantage of the art at the root of their culture.


Lauren Gibbs is a multi-disciplinary arts administrator with 14 years of experience and proven results in diversified fundraising strategies. As a former dancer, she has predominantly worked with start-up to medium sized dance companies and dedicates her career to promoting and advancing the nonprofit cultural sector.

In addition to her work as grants manager since spring of 2013 with Camille A. Brown & Dancers, she has held both directorial, full-time and consulting position in development for a variety of arts organizations, including: Ballet Hispanico, Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo, Jose Limon Dance Foundation, Monica Bill Barnes & Company, Afro House Productions, Company Stefanie Batten Bland, Gallim Dance, Museum of Arts and Design, Signature Theater Company, Tarrytown Music Hall, Millay Arts Colony, Queens Symphony Orchestra, and Dakar Vert, among others.

She has extensive experience in the creation and implementation of annual and capital development plans; solicitation of diversified support through prospect research, grant writing, membership and individual giving; board recruitment, cultivation, governance, retreat management and committee leadership; event planning and execution; nonprofit incorporation, feasibility studies, strategic planning and general management.

She has taught development strategy as a guest professor for the Master’s Program at Brooklyn College and Hostos College. She has served as a multi-year dance grant panelist for the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, and as a SmART Bar presenter at the Dance/USA Philadelphia and Dance/NYC Winter Symposiums. She is currently an Advisory Board member for Monica Bill Barnes & Company and a member of many local cultural nonprofits in Brooklyn where she resides. She is also a yogi and believes strongly in the positive power of regular movement practice and meditation.

She received her M.A. in Performing Arts Administration from N.Y.U. and a dual Bachelors Degree in Dance/Theatre and International Business from James Madison University.


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Michael Moore moved to New York City from Kansas in 1992 to begin his career as an actor, with the assistance of a major grant from the Kansas Cultural Trust. A few of his credits include Cyrano, The Musical (Broadway, dir. Ebby Habbema), the original cast of Alan Menken’s A Christmas Carol (Broadway, dir. Mike Ockrent), the national tour of The Scarlet Pimpernel, Bette Midler’s remake of Gypsy on CBS (Craig Zadan, Neil Meron, Producers; Emile Ardolino, Director), HBO’s Mrs. Harris with Annette Bening and Sir Ben Kingsley (Christine Vachon, Producer; Phyllis Nagy, Writer & Director), and The Cosby Mysteries on NBC. Off and on during this period, he also worked as an assistant at Touring Artists Group (now The Booking Group), served as company manager for the South American tour of Grease!, and toured the actual country of Greece with a millennial concert tour of American Musicals.

In 2001, Moore relocated to Los Angeles to join the management team of Nicole Kidman at Handprint Entertainment and subsequently joined Universal Pictures to work directly with then Co-Presidents Scott Stuber and Mary Parent and Chairman Stacey Snider, in all aspects of film production, release, and distribution. In 2004, Moore founded LTM Artists, Inc. a management, booking and production company in Los Angeles specifically devoted to the representation of directors, designers, choreographers and special artists. One such special artist was Taiwanese piano prodigy Kit Armstrong who Moore placed on The Late Show with David Letterman and who subsequently received recording offers from Universal Music and Sony/BMG. www.youtube.com/watch?v=d0oH3S0uA54

Moore produced several concerts for California State University, Northridge with renowned artists Frederica von Stade, Linda Eder, The Gramercy Trio, David Parsons, and Metropolitan Opera sensation Angela Brown. He also produced two large-scale “event” international rallies and campaigns in New York City for the United Nations and World Health Organization. In 2005, Moore made his Broadway producing debut with Hal Holbrook’s 50th Anniversary production of Mark Twain Tonight! In 2008, he produced the late Roger Rees’ one-man show What You Will to rave reviews at American Conservatory Theatre, which subsequently played the Royal Shakespeare Company and in London’s West End. That same year Moore also joined Paradigm Talent and Literary Agency in New York as a theatrical literary and booking agent.

After two years at Paradigm, Moore founded Michael Moore Agency under the umbrella of Smart Magna, a global literary and visual media agency headquartered in Athens, with additional offices in Berlin and Barcelona. Together with business partner, Alex Constantinides, Moore represents writers, composers, directors, designers, choreographers, and music directors in all areas of the entertainment industry.

Moore is and/or has previously been a member of The Broadway League, The League of American Symphony Orchestras, Opera America, The Point Foundation, a board member of the Ojai Playwrights Conference, Western Arts Alliance, The Performing Arts Exchange, and the Association of Performing Arts Presenters. He is a graduate of the University of Kansas, with a B.A. in theatre, and a lot of French. In his spare time, he is currently enrolled as a first year law student at Fordham Law School in New York City. www.michaelmooreagency.com and www.smartmagna.com


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Michelle Fletcher is a choreographer, dance filmmaker, Company Manager for Camille A. Brown and Tour Manager for Beth Gill. Fletcher earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts, from North Carolina School of the Arts and her Master of Fine Arts, from Florida State University. In 2014, Fletcher served as a Fulbright Scholar at The Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance, teaching contemporary technique and dance technology. Before moving to New York in 2015, Fletcher lived in San Francisco and served as Company Manager for the Margaret Jenkins Dance Company for five years.


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Mrs. Green graduated from Duke University with a BA in Public Policy and a minor in Drama. She began her arts administration training as an intern at the Durham Arts Council and furthered her experience working for the American Dance Festival as Space and Equipment Coordinator and Central Services Director. She was managing director of the Chuck Davis African-American Dance Ensemble from 1985-1989 and Director of Touring and Presenting for the North Carolina Arts Council from 1989-1992.

In 1992, she founded her own company, PMG Arts Management, to provide booking, management and consulting services to performing artists, companies and organizations throughout the country. Currently representing well-established and emerging artists, including the renowned Ron K. Brown/Evidence, Camille A. Brown & Dancers, and Philadanco!, Mrs. Green is honored to have worked as the exclusive booking agent for the Chuck Davis African-American Dance Ensemble, Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble, and Ron K. Brown/Evidence 1999-2009. She produced Evidence’s collaboration (Blueprint of a Lady: The Once and Future Life of Billie Holiday) with Grammy nominated vocalist Nnenna Freelon, and the acclaimed tour of Evidence’s One Shot featuring the photography of the late Charles “Teenie” Harris.

She has served as a board member, consultant, panelist, or workshop leader for the National Endowment for the Arts, the Southern Arts Federation, the Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation, the Association of Performing Arts Presenters, the New England Foundation for the Arts, the Michigan Council for the Arts, the International Association of Blacks in Dance, the North American Association of Performing Arts Managers and Agents, the City of Durham North Carolina’s Cultural Advisory Board, and the Executive Committee of the North Carolina Presenters Consortium. She co-chaired the 2005 and 2006 Association of Performing Arts Presenters Conference Committees, and served six years on the Advisory Committee for the National Dance Project and the Board of Directors of the Association of Performing Arts Presenters.

Most recently, Mrs. Green has worked with the Association of Performing Arts Presenters EMC Arts Innovation Lab and helped to design the APAP Leadership Fellows Program, which launched in 2015. She is also a 2016 panelist for the 25th Anniversary Celebration of the University Musical Society’s Dance Series. Mrs. Green enjoys mentoring bright young talent in the field and is an active alumna of Duke University where she served on the Executive Committee for the 50th Anniversary Celebration of Blacks at Duke and the Duke Proceed Committee that followed. She resides in Durham, North Carolina with her husband Isaac, President and CEO of Piedmont Investment Advisors and fellow Duke alum, and their dog Flash. She has two children, Isaac II age 23 is a recent graduate of NYU Tisch School of Film and Television, and Anica age 20 is an International Relations major at Brown University.


Robert MCintyre is originally from Scranton, Pennsylvania and works all over the northeast region in PA, MA, upstate NY, and NYC freelancing in theatre and dance. Robert holds a B.S. Dual Degree in business management and technical theatre from East Stroudsburg University of PA, where he graduated in 2012. He has had the opportunity to intern at Williamstown Theatre Festival and Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival, where he has served as the Production Coordinator for their Inside/Out Series. Robert has been the stage manager for Stephen Petronio Dance Company, TAKE Dance, Gallim Dance, Encompass New Opera Theatre, Keely Garfield Dance, and Damage Dance. Recently, he lit The Student Company and Dance for PD at Mark Morris Dance Group.



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