Integrity: Arts & Culture Association is a 501c3 nonprofit arts organization made up of individuals with diverse experience and connections and a deep interest in the work of the organization. 

Kristina Brown is the founder and executive director of Integrity: Arts & Culture Association (IACA). She has been active in the arts for over 30 years, both as a director and a multidisciplinary artist. Her creativity includes singing, acting and writing (plays, poetry and non-fiction). She is an Arion Vocal Performance Award winner, and has also received grant awards from the Illinois Arts Council Agency. Kristina holds a Bachelor's degree from Columbia College Chicago, where she studied music and theater. Professors included the talented musicians, H. E. Baccus, Orbert Davis and Bobbi Wilsyn. Kristina holds a Master's degree from Waldorf University, where she studied organizational leadership with a concentration in public administration. Professors included expert management consultants, Debra Lindh, Ed.D. and Leana Polston-Murdoch, Ph.D. 

It is Kristina's goal and IACA's mission to provide high quality artistic, inspirational and educational programming to audiences; and to provide arts advocacy through education, services, resources and funding. Kristina is dedicated to making a special effort to reach out to youth, including the underserved. IACA provides them educational opportunities, grant funds, artistic field trips and an outlet for artistic creativity. Kristina would love to connect with you. Please feel free to contact her with questions, ideas or suggestions. Your feedback and involvement are most welcome. Click here to contact her. 

Beatrice Ajibola
Anita Blanks
Char Bowers-Harris
Donald & Elizabeth Brown
Jayda Brown
Racquel Burgess
Colleen Carroll
Lisa Chalmers
Debra Chase
Michelle Curtis
Ann Empen
Ron & Monica Fielding 
Melody Gallagher
Sandra Griffith 
Nat & Janie Gunter 
Scott & Jacqueline Hall 
Quinton & Gabrielle Hill
Leonard Jefferson
Reba McIntyre 
Jonathan Shadd
Christopher & Kristina Waugh
Mike & Betyhl Wilson
Martha Young
Rita Young

If you believe in our mission, please consider partnering with us. We encourage you to contact us if you are interested in getting involved with Integrity: Arts & Culture Association in any way. 

Integrity: Arts & Culture Association is a non-profit organization as defined in Section 501c3 of the Internal Revenue Code. Donations are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law. 

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