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Maya Quetzali Gonzalez is an artist, arts worker, and organizer.
As a director and choreographer, she has worked on and off-Broadway, as well as regionally and in indie theater spaces. She is an Associate Member of SDC.
She serves as the Program Associate for the MAP Fund, where she co-structures and manages a national grant program. Maya has also served as reviewer/panelist for organizations such as Bronx Council on the Arts and Barrington Stage, is a member of Women of Color in the Arts, and is on the board of IndieSpace.
She is a volunteer with Jane's Due Process and was previously an organizer with the Sunrise Movement.
Maya is a 2020 Magna Cum Laude graduate of New York University Tisch School of the Arts, where she was a Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholar.
She loves the reality TV show "Bachelor In Paradise" and makes pretty decent seitan. Maya is proudly from Texas, and calls both Dallas and Brooklyn her home. This picture of her was taken by Paris Benson and does not even begin to represent how often she wear black turtlenecks.
If you are looking for a diligent and fun collaborator, please get in touch! Maya is particularly interested in taking on large creative projects beginning in summer 2023 or later. If you have questions about MAP, please reach out to the email provided on MAP's website.
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