Every single Fundred artist is part of the Fundred Network. Once you complete a Fundred and mail it in to the collection center, we work for you! Click here to see a list of participating schools and organizations.
Amanda Wiles, National Coordinator
Amanda is an artist and visionary who has been a part of the leadership of Fundred since its conception. With a background in studio art and project production, Amanda Wiles has been an indispensable facilitator for Mel Chin Studio, helping to organize and produce national arts driven projects and exhibitions with the studio for over eight years. She has worked with the Fundred Dollar Bill Project in many capacities, including initial action on the ground in New Orleans and with educators across the country from 2008-2010 to build creative collaborations with lead partners in multiple cities.
Pat Clifford, LSW, MIT CoLab Fundred Project Coordinator
Pat is a community social worker helping to build bridges and to work collaboratively to tackle complex issues. As the owner of Clifford Consulting he is knee-deep in projects with and for returning veterans, early childhood advocates and other creative change makers.
Dawne Langford, DC Production Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org
Dawne Langford is an independent documentary producer and curator. Her passion for sharing stories highlighting the transformative power of the arts led her to establish Quota, a curatorial initiative focused on self-defined representation of work from traditionally marginalized artists.
Amy Hughes Braden, DC Engagement Coordinator email@example.com
Amy is a painter devoted to neon pink and cutting her paintings apart. Based in DC, she enhances her practice with occasional teaching and curating. She is the 2017 artist-in-residence at Montgomery College Cafritz Center.
MIT Community Innovators Lab (CoLab)
MIT CoLab staff, faculty and students have been instrumental on the team. As a center within Massachussetts Institute of Technology Department of Urban Studies and Planning, CoLab supports the development and use of knowledge from excluded communities to deepen civic engagement, improve community practice, inform policy, mobilize community assets, and generate shared wealth. CoLab's Empathetics Aesthetics program works with Fundred to explore art and empathy in connection to public will, planning, and policy.
Dayna Cunningham, MIT CoLab Executive Director
Allegra Williams, MIT CoLab Empathetics Aesthetics Research Fellow & Program Manager
And a team of student interns who informed tactics and developed materials including this toolkit and the basis for this website: Rachel Finkelstein, Devon Neary, Rob Call, Kara Elliot-Ortega and Nil Tuzcu
Corrina Mehiel, Communications and Production Coordinator. Corrina was a socially engaged artist and creative producer. Her passion for politics, art, teaching, and community engagement made her a natural fit for the project. A crossover from Mel Chin Studio, she moved fluidly between overseeing exhibition production to networking and generally making things happen. While she is no longer with us on this earth, we resolve to move forward in the spirit she practiced: inclusiveness, determination, hard work and love.
Dayna Cunningham, MIT CoLab
Kara Eastman, Omaha Healthy Kids
Linda Kite, Healthy Homes Collaborative
Paul Haan, Healthy Homes Coalition
Mary Rubin, San Jose Public Art
A long list of informal advisors, consultants, and collaborators have shaped Fundred from the early days to the present. A full list can be found here. Special thanks to the hundreds of individuals, schools, and museums who created Fundred initiatives in their communities, Rick Lowe and Jess Garz of Transforma Projects, the St. Roch neighborhood including Ms. Pat and Ms. Carol, National Performance Network, Piper Kerman of Spitfire Strategies, McColl Center for Art + Innovation, Creative Time, Webb Design, Open, and A Blade of Grass.