Drive DeVilbiss Exec Helps Non-Profit Theater Benefitting Kids
Nicolson will bring her business leadership and expertise in the arts to help a group that provides theater curriculum and mentorship to incarcerated and court-involved youth in New York.
Jennifer Nicolson, the senior vice president of Product and Marketing Strategy for Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare, has joined the Board of Directors of the nonprofit Drama Club, an organization that benefits court-involved youth.
Drama Club provides a theater curriculum and positive mentorship to incarcerated and court-involved youth from across the five boroughs of New York. Drama Club provides year-round theater programming to kids, using improv and theater games as social-emotional learning tools that help students develop prosocial bonds, executive functioning, empathy, and imagination.
Nicolson will bring her expertise as a global marketing and operations leader to support and strengthen the organization’s future.
“Jennifer’s unique expertise in both business operations and the arts position her to provide critical insight and strategic guidance to the organization,” said Josie Whittlesey, executive director of Drama Club.