Faculty Profile:

Scott StonerVice President for Programs and ResourcesAssociation of Performing Arts Professionals

Scott Stoner has devoted his career to professional development and leadership training - designing and implementing innovative programs for inclusive lifelong teaching, learning and engagement in, about and through the arts. He developed artist-in-residence programs at various cancer centers in the Washington, DC area including a program for wounded warriors at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. As Vice President for Programs and Resources at the Association of Performing Arts Professionals, he was responsible for the organization’s exemplary project grants, leadership and professional development, and annual conference programs. With degrees in art education and art therapy, he is currently consulting on arts-led initiatives focused on the arts as a catalyst for social change, conflict resolution, and healing in communities nationally and internationally.