Executive Director of the Tamarack Foundation for the Arts
Five Words About Me:
Fearless, curious, compassionate, dedicated, motivated
One Surprising Skill:
I can name a tune in five bars or less!
Renée Margocee has served as the Executive Director of the Tamarack Foundation for the Arts since March 2017. Renée received her B.A. in English Literature from Marshall University and studied ceramics at West Virginia University. With a background in liberal arts and arts administration, she is also an accomplished ceramic artist. She is at the forefront of growing West Virginia’s creative economy by promoting quality of life, economic development, social equity and connecting artists and creatives to their communities in new ways that truly raise the value of art and creativity. Her nonprofit affiliations include Americans for the Arts West Virginia State Captain for National Arts Advocacy, the Friends of West Virginia Public Radio, BB&T Community Development Committee, National Consortium for Creative Placemaking 2018 Leadership Summit Planning Committee, and grant reviewer for the National Endowment for the Arts, the Mid-Atlantic Foundation, the Kentucky Arts Council and the Beckley Area Foundation.