Eve has spent over 20 years in the NYC performing arts and arts education sectors and currently sits on the Board of Directors of the NYC Arts in Education Roundtable.

Eve Wolff

Deputy Director

eve@dancingclassrooms.org

Prior to joining Dancing Classrooms in February 2020, Eve worked with Advance NYC as a Senior Project Director for 7 years, supporting nonprofit clients such as ArtsConnection, Harmony Program, Hi-Arts, the Louis Armstrong House Museum, Stella Adler Studio of Acting, and SBI / A. Philip Randolph High School. Prior to joining Advance NYC Eve spent years in the NYC performing arts and arts education sectors, including serving as the Director of Programming at Young Audiences New York. She currently sits on the Board of Directors of the NYC Arts in Education Roundtable, where she co-chairs the Development Committee. In addition, Eve previously served as a member of the School Leadership Team at early childhood school PS 242 in Queens, and on the National Guild for Community Arts Education’s members council. 

She currently serves on the Enrichment Committee of the PTA at her children’s school in Queens, where her baking skills and expertise in both fundraising and face painting are in high demand. Eve holds a BFA in Drama from the Playwrights Horizons Theater School at Tisch School of the Arts at NYU. She was a proud NYU Martin Luther King Jr. Scholar, and spent years bringing her stage management, performance, and educator skills to volunteer community and arts programs around the globe, including in Brazil, Ghana, Ireland, and across the US. Having grown up mostly in NYC, where she was an avid young dancer and performer (including studying under Ellen Robbins at Dance Theatre Workshop for over a decade), Eve is passionate about bringing the joy and freedom that can be found in the arts to each young person’s educational experience.