Shoshanah B. D. Goldberg-Miller, (PhD, Public and Urban Policy, The New School; MBA, Arts Management, SUNY Binghamton; BFA, Ceramics, University of Michigan) is Assistant Professor specializing in arts administration and policy in the Department of Arts Administration, Education and Policy at The Ohio State University. Dr. Goldberg-Miller’s research focuses on: arts & cultural entrepreneurship; creative economic development; national and global cultural policy; leadership in the philanthropic and nonprofit sectors; management and administration of nonprofit organizations; fund development in nonprofit organizations; and media management. Her forthcoming book, Planning for a City of Culture: Toronto and New York, which is under review by University of Toronto Press, explores how the two cities used arts and culture to build their brand, enhance public good, and create economic prosperity in the decade of the 2000s. The book is based upon Dr. Goldberg-Miller’s doctoral dissertation, The Role of Arts and Culture in Modern Cities: Making Art Work in Toronto and New York, which was supported by a generous grant from The Rockefeller Foundation.
Over the past decade, Goldberg-Miller has taught graduate and undergraduate-level courses in cultural policy, creative economic development, media management, arts administration, fundraising, grant writing, and management for urban planners at The New School, Hunter College, and Columbia University. Dr. Goldberg-Miller is a fund raising, arts management and marketing professional with more than twenty years of experience in nonprofit administration, major gifts and corporate sponsorship. She has been on the executive team at many prominent nonprofit organizations, including The Paley Center for Media, American Cancer Society, Greenwich House Pottery, March of Dimes, American Museum of Natural History, and Museum of Holography.
Dr. Goldberg-Miller is a featured speaker at academic conferences, seminars and workshops for organizations including the Association for Collegiate Schools of Planning, the Society for American City and Regional Planning History, Fundraising Day in New York, the National Arts Leadership Institute, and the AIGA Design Conference. As a management consultant, she has served clients such as Parsons School of Design, Aspen Institute, Socrates Sculpture Park, Smack Mellon Gallery, MoMA, New York State Psychological Association, National Geographic, Sesame Workshop, and Polaroid, as well as numerous individuals and community-based organizations.