2015 Guest Bios-I&N
Executive Director of the Utah Museum of Fine Arts
Dietrich has 20 years of experience in museums and non-profit associations. Dietrich holds a bachelor’s degree in art history from Chestnut Hill College, Philadelphia, and a master’s degree in art history from Temple University, Philadelphia. She has held prominent positions at some of the finest art museums and art organizations in the country including the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Utah Museum Association (ED) and the Utah Nonprofits Association.
Assistant Dean for Art for Art & Creative Engagement and Executive Director of Utah Presents
Horejsi has had an extensive career in theatre management and direction with various experience in design and production. She obtained Bachelor of Arts degrees in Spanish, English and Theater from the University of Minnesota and received her Master of Arts degree in Arts Administration from the University of Oregon, Eugene. She has served as adjunct faculty and has a variety of grant panel and board service experience with organizations such as Minnesota Citizens for the Arts and the Minnesota Presenters Network.
Executive Director of Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company, established in 1964.
Woobury has extensive and varied arts administration experience in Ririe-Woodbury's history where she managed and booked national and international tours, served as education director, and worked in marketing and public relations for the company. Jena has a B.A at the University of Utah in Communication and studied as a dance major at the University of Utah while at the same time founded her own dance company.