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Grant Yosenick
Operations and Programs Manager

Grant facilitates key day-to-day activities and operations at A&BC. Working with other staff and consultants, Grant manages the operational aspects of A&BC’s core programs and services while also providing support in diverse areas including board management, finance, development and fundraising, human resources, and client relations.

Grant is an avid artistic and non-profit administrator. Prior to joining A&BC in 2022, he served as Operations Coordinator for Massachusetts Advocates Standing Strong (MASS). Since moving to Boston in 2017, he has also worked in administrative roles with several Boston-based arts organizations including the Huntington Theatre Company, Landmarks Orchestra, and the Boston Camerata.

In addition to his administrative work, Grant is also a classically trained tenor vocalist and performs regularly in both solo and ensemble settings. As of 2022, he is currently a member of both Nightingale Vocal Ensemble and the Choir of Men and Boys of Saint Paul Parish Harvard Square. Grant always strives for his artistic work to inform his administrative work, and vice versa.

Grant holds a Master of Music in Historical Performance from the Longy School of Music of Bard College. He also holds a Bachelor of Music in Vocal Arts and a Minor in Business Administration from the University of Southern California.

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