Graduate Student Organizational Leadership Integrative Sciences & Arts
Marcos D. Voss serves as the Herberger Institute's Chief of Staff + Executive Director of Administration and Engagement, providing public-facing, in-depth assistance to a dynamic leader (Steven Tepper, Dean) in the management of five academic schools, the ASU Art Museum and more than 7,000 Institute students. He manages the dean’s day-to-day operations; prioritizes and manages special projects; oversees and participates in planning, developing and administering project funding through the Dean’s Creativity Council; serves as the liaison between the dean and internal/external constituencies; manages the Institute's development team and events manager to advise the dean on fund development strategy, donor prospecting and stewardship; leads alumni relations efforts for the Institute; and assists in the implementation of plans, policies and procedures. Marcos also serves as the program manager for the ASU/Herberger Institute partnership with the Smithsonian Latino Museum Studies Program.
A double graduate of ASU with degrees in broadcast journalism (1998) and theatre (2000), Marcos brings more than 15 years of fundraising, operations, nonprofit management, and leadership development experience from arts and culture institutions in the Valley including: Actors Theatre of Phoenix, Arizona Science Center, Valley Youth Theatre and Desert Botanical Garden.
Marcos also has more than 20 years of experience as a theatre artist (directing, acting, designing, and stage management) with a career high achievement of directing “In the Heights” for Mesa Encore Theatre in 2019. He is currently pursuing a masters of science degree in organizational leadership through the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts.
Arizona State University, BA, Broadcasting (1998)
Arizona State University, BA, Theatre (2000)
Arizona State University, MS, Organizational Leadership (current)