Jeannette Tremblay Chambers has 15 years of experience as an arts educator and administrator, specializing in building racial and economic equity in the arts sector. She currently works as Director of School and Studio Programs at Hyde Park Art Center in Chicago, IL. Chambers is a founding Co-Ambassador of the White Advocates for Racial Equity Network at the National Guild of Community Arts Education, providing racial literacy and tactical training to a national network of educators, administrators, funders, and executives. She serves on the Board of Directors at Enrich Chicago, a nonprofit consortium of arts organizations that affects structural, antiracist change across Chicago’s diverse arts ecosystem. Additionally, she serves on the Equity and Museum Practice Advisory Committee at the Art Institute of Chicago. Chambers holds an MA in Modern and Contemporary Art History, Theory, and Criticism from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago; an MS Ed in Urban Special Education from Long Island University in Brooklyn, NY; and a BA in Fine Arts from Hampshire College in Amherst, MA.
Jeannette Tremblay Chambers
Director of School and Studio Programs, Hyde Park Art Center