ATA Team Comes Together in Washington D.C.
Following the COVID-19 pandemic, many people, including ATA’s US headquarters team, began working from home, even from different cities. With team members spread across 3 states, most of our work happens remotely.
Last month, the US Aid to Artisans/Creative Learning team came together at our offices in Chevy Chase, Maryland, right outside of Washington D.C., to develop our strategy for the future of ATA. We discussed all aspects of ATA, learning where our work can be improved and what changes need to be made to ensure artisan communities receive the highest quality services. Stay tuned to learn the results of these meetings as exciting changes lie ahead.
Pictured: ATA Team together at our headquarters in Washington D.C. From left to right: ATA Training Director Lauren Barkume, ATA Director Maud Obe, President & Chairman of the Board for Creative Learning Bill Kruvant, Senior Manager of Programs & Operations Rachel Landale, Staff Accountant Smythe Kannapell, Associate Director at Creative Learning Blake Kent, ATA Program Associate Hannah Klein, and Senior Advisor Dean Piedmont