In-Sight gets new director
BRATTLEBORO - On behalf of the board of directors of In-Sight Photography Project, board president Ilene Todd announced the appointment of Emily Tate Wagner as the organization’s new executive director, replacing Victoria Heisler who has served in that position for the past four years. In making the announcement, Todd lauded Heisler for her service and accomplishments, including her leadership of the organization throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Wagner has worked throughout the state - in Windham, Windsor, and Bennington counties as a community and program support specialist; and as a regional field manager for Let’s Grow Kids, based in Burlington. She completed her student teaching in Brattleboro area schools and has taught at Kindle Farm School in Newfane and Middleburg Montessori school in Middleburg, VA, as well as led the after-school program for Marlboro School. Wagner started her duties at In-Sight Photography Project on Tuesday, March 15.
A resident of Dummerston, Wagner is a visual artist licensed to teach students kindergarten to 12th grade. She also brings with her expertise in nonprofit management and community organizing. Wagner is a passionate visual arts educator and is excited to be in a position to bring these experiences to others. Her skills and expertise in arts education, community engagement, and fundraising will serve the organization’s mission of empowering youth to communicate their unique personal visions through photography.