Culture and Programs Associate, Executive Office
As Culture and Programs Associate to the Executive Office at the Center for Constitutional Rights, Chase Quinn develops cultural programming and plans events that use the language of art and culture to tell CCR’s story, build partnerships with socially engaged cultural institutions, and engage new audiences across disciplines. In addition, Chase provides administrative support to the Executive Director and liaises with CCR’s Board of Trustees. Prior to joining CCR, Chase served 10 months with the AmeriCorps program Public Allies, working as a project assistant in Wilmington, Delaware with a nonprofit called the Wilmington HOPE Commission. He is a graduate of Boston University, where he studied English Literature and Political Science. In addition to his work for CCR, Chase is a freelance culture writer whose work has been featured in Gawker, MSNBC’s theGrio, Hyperallergic, Gayletter, and Vanity Fair.