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Why is DDP important to me? Because of the authentic support and resources at the heart of this org.
I think the work you’re doing with Dance Data Project® is fantastic, it’s long overdue and I just hope that more people hear this conversation, they acknowledge the work that’s being done, and drive people to your place because its certainly a wealth of information just in one click.
The Dance Data Project® is the resource I go to for research on many subjects of the dance world, including gender inequality, choreographic guides, and inspired discussions with dynamic female leaders and innovators of today. Liza Yntema is a tour de force that has magnified women’s leadership and innovation in the dance world. I am a huge admirer and have much gratitude for Liza and her team’s work.
With the focus so strongly on the importance of diversifying leadership in the dance world, it is invaluable to have such a comprehensive service as you provide, with a ready-made database of suitable candidates for these roles. Here in the UK, we are seeking to support and develop more women into leadership positions in the arts and your in-depth knowledge of the market across the world for qualified women and women of colour in dance has helped me greatly in my current search for the new Artistic Director of Northern Ballet.
Dance Data Project® is one of the most important entities in terms of dance equity and accountability today. As a dance artist, journalist, and MFA candidate, I absolutely rely on the balanced and transparent information regarding representation, pay and equity in the ballet community. Elizabeth Yntema is a brilliant force. Her sparkling and insightful interviews with leaders in ballet are treasures and her tireless leadership and voice, speaking truth to power, continues to create transformation in the dance world. Forward thinking in terms of actionable items to promote pay and job equity, end abuse in studios and companies and create racial equity, diversity and inclusion creates actual movement in the industry and her personal support of both established and up and coming artists and leaders is commendable. Please contribute any amount to Dance Data Project in their first fundraising event. You can be assured that every dollar will be used wisely, creating transformation in both the present and future of the industry.
What I find the most important about DDP’s work will be the platform created to promote the works and achievements of women in the dance industry. Another element of importance would be all the research providing numbers of the lack of equality in the arts.
We all know that women are underrepresented and underpaid in every profession across the board. I thank Dance Data Project® for highlighting the dance world, showing women the stark truth, and empowering us to reach higher.
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