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Amy Salvaggio - Interim Director

Amy Salvaggio - Interim Director

Amy is a born-and-raised Texan and has lived in nine different cities across the state. She began her studies in ancient history and archaeology, which led to a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Texas and Master of Arts in Classics from Texas Tech. After many years of working with material culture, she developed a passion for arts, history, and museums, specifically in advocating for the relationships between nonprofits and their communities. She received her Master of Arts in Museum Studies from Baylor and is thrilled to be working with The Arts Council. During her downtime, Amy enjoys reading, learning about space, trying new restaurants, teaching her dog Cicero new tricks, and traveling. 
Holly Kozlowski  - Marketing & Development Director

Holly Kozlowski - Marketing & Development Director

Holly is from the small community of Eula outside of Abilene, Texas. She attended Texas A&M University, class of ‘09, and studied Agricultural Leadership & Development and minored in Tourism Resource Management. She attended and completed the Texas Travel Industry Associations 3-year program “Travel & Tourism College” and received a designation as a Certified Tourism Executive. Holly’s mother has always been an inspiration and role model to her. With skills and accomplishments in marketing, community development, hospitality, community relations, and tourism, Holly’s mother has been very influential to Holly and has helped mold her into the person she is today. Holly’s family always emphasized the importance of travel, visiting museums, and learning more about our history and the different cultures from around the world. When she’s not at work, Holly loves to spend time with family and friends, watch movies, hunt/fish, swim, travel, and play with her dog Leo. 
Brittany Burns - Visitor Center & Events Manager

Brittany Burns - Visitor Center & Events Manager

Brittany was born & raised in Bryan-College Station, Texas. Her love for all things planning & coordination commenced about 3 years ago. In 2015, she began to explore & venture out to more insight & learning experiences to prepare her for such a role. Throughout many event planning courses taken through The Northern Academy of Wedding & Event Planning, the New York Institute of Art & Design, and even through the opportunity to assist with Weddings directly, Brittany has grown a love & passion for the world of event planning. “Customer service is my life & Hospitality is my heart”, Brittany always lives by. Life of being a mother of 3 amazing, growing boys, has within itself, taught Brittany the ropes of being a planner. Among her career, Brittany enjoys singing, dancing, having fun with family, trying new venues & restaurants, & simply using her creative mind to be a blessing to others. Brittany is honored & excited to become a part of the family at The Arts Council of Brazos Valley!
Desiree Allen - Marketing & Communications Intern

Desiree Allen - Marketing & Communications Intern

Desiree Allen is from College Station, Texas. She is currently a sophomore at Blinn College, and is transferring to Texas A&M University in the spring to study Environmental Design. She loves learning and being creative, and enjoys encouraging others to do so as well. While not in school most of her time is spent dancing as a member of the Dance Arts Society at Texas A&M. Her other pastimes include watching new movies, hanging out at coffee shops, and walking her dog. Desiree is excited about her opportunity to intern for The Arts Council this semester.
Brooke Phillips - Marketing & Design Intern

Brooke Phillips - Marketing & Design Intern

Brooke grew up in Clearwater, Florida and moved to Bryan, Texas back in 2013. Having a passion for art since she was nine years old, she loved to play with paints and make a colorful mess of everything she touched! With her dad being a programmer with lots of technology (and less patience for stained carpet), she grew up on computers dabbling with photo-editing software. Dabbling turned into artwork, and artwork turned into a calling - she has decided to study her calling in Graphic Design with the new workforce program at Blinn College. Brooke is excited to start her journey with the Arts Council of Brazos Valley!
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