Go from Artist to Creative Entrepreneur

Tricia M. TaittFinancial literacy is critical to managing one’s art.  Without it you can’t successfully budget for a theater production, tell a potential investor your funding needs or cover your personal bills. Learn how to prioritize needs over wants and appropriately manage cash flow with Tricia M. Taitt, a professional dancer and a certified Finance & Accounting consultant.

In this next edition of BYOB in Brief, part of QCA’s Build Your Own Business (BYOB) Workshop Series, Tricia teaches the fundamentals of personal finance, demystifies the art of budgeting and promotes good business management practices.

Wednesday, February 12th, 6-8pm
Queens Council on the Arts
37-11 35th Ave, (Entrance on 37th Street)
Astoria, NY 11101



Tricia M. Taitt is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School where she majored in Finance and minored in Spanish. Upon completing an MBA at Duke University’s Fuqua School, and a professional certification in Not for Profit Accounting and Government Reporting at NYU, she has crossed back and forth between for profit and not for profit organizations.  She’s been a Financial Management Associate with Citigroup’s Treasury and Retail banking businesses, a Private Client salesperson at Merrill Lynch, and is currently a free-lance financial management consultant working with not for profit organizations like the Rosie’s Theatre Kids, Martha Graham Dance Company and, Harlem School of the Arts. Throughout it all, she’s maintained her passion for dance (as a touring company member for the Broadway musical, FELA! and company member with Forces of Nature Dance Theatre), her dedication to fitness (as a certified Pilates instructor) and her commitment to community. 

3 Responses

  1. Nazarena says:

    Hope to make it!

  2. Tricia! I wish i could come up for this on the weekend! Do you have a.other date? Regret ill miss it…im sure its. Gonna be a success dear!

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