Eve Moros Ortega

Eve is a passionate and dedicated nonprofit professional with two decades of experience in both the arts sector and public television, driven by her commitment to culture in the service of public education. She previously worked for ART21, a nonprofit rooted in the conviction that art can inspire a more creative and tolerant world, joining as its first employee and helping grow the budget from $300,000 to nearly $2 million. She came to Art21 as a film producer, but rose to oversee all aspects of the nonprofit, as Interim Executive Director. She also Executive Produced its award-winning PBS series profiling 125+ of today’s most iconic artists, and revealing how art can provide models to address pressing issues of our time. She also developed Art21’s Access campaign, to create thousands of community-based events at museums and cultural institutions.

Previously, she coordinated and produced political and cultural film projects and directed “Made in Thailand,” a documentary about women factory owners organizing labor unions as well as and creating a grassroots outreach campaign to distribute the film to hundreds of schools and nonprofits. Eve has served as a panelist for the Brooklyn Arts Council, the New York State Council on the Arts, and the National Endowment for the Humanities, and as a speaker for BRIC, the Rubin Museum, Cornell University and many other cultural institutions.

Eve received her Bachelor’s Degree in Art History and Political Science from Barnard College and her Master’s in Cinema Studies from New York University.