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Anastasia Gudko, Inaugural Leader at Baruch Alumni in the Arts Network Freelance Project Manager and Event Producer

  • Anastasia Gudko is a Project Manager, Event Producer and a proud resident of Queens, New York. She graduated from Baruch College in December 2019 with a Master’s Degree in Arts Administration. She was a recipient of the Rose Nagelberg Scholarship and President of the Graduate Arts Administrative Network (GAAN).

In January 2020 she became the inaugural leader of the Baruch Alumni in the Arts Network (AITA). The network’s mission is to unite arts professionals who have graduated from the Weissman School of Arts and Science, the Marxe School of Public and International Affairs, and the Zicklin School of Business, encouraging them to build a strong and vibrant community that promotes peer-to-peer support.  

Over the past decade, Anastasia has gained experience across different industries from Pharma to IT and landed in the arts. She has interned at the Castillo Theater, Hispanic Society Museum and Library, and wrote her Master’s thesis based on research she conducted for the Ukrainian Museum. 

As a freelance project manager, assists European performing artists in developing audiences across North America. Anastasia believes in the power of human connection and in the necessity of community-building. When she is not busy with clients’ projects or planning the next professional gathering, Anastasia likes to cook traditional Ukrainian food for her family and friends. 



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