Former Shorewood BID executive director hired to lead nonprofit public art organization Joy Engine

Steph Salvia
Steph Salvia

Milwaukee-based Joy Engine, a nonprofit public art organization curating immersive art experiences, has appointed Steph Salvia, as its new executive director. Salvia has more than 15 years of experience in nonprofit management, development, and community outreach. She comes to Joy Engine following her leadership at the Shorewood Business Improvement District, where she held the role

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