Elizabeth Glass (Mimi) has always been curious and in awe of all people and cultures. This curiosity led her to study Anthropology in college. While in undergrad she participated in research surrounding the Lacandon Maya in Chiapas Mexico, shell mounds in the South East US, and excavating Mayan ruins in Guatemala. After receiving her Bachelor of Science she took a hiatus and dedicated herself to learning and teaching Brazilian Zouk and Ballroom dance. After several years she went back to school and received her Masters in Arts Management. Her thesis focused on the effects of Arts Service Organizations (ASOs) on the arts industry. After graduation she went on to join a research team studying the effects of the arts, dance and music, on the well being of adults over the age of 65. Mimi has woven her love of dance, science, and data into a wonderful, intertwined career that she could never have foreseen. She is extremely excited to join the Interfusion Team as the Wisdom and Science Director.

MIMI GLASS

Wisdom & Science Director

Mimi Glass has always been curious and in awe of all people and cultures. This curiosity led her to study Anthropology in college. While in undergrad she participated in research surrounding the Lacandon Maya in Chiapas Mexico, shell mounds in the South East US, and excavating Mayan ruins in Guatemala. After receiving her Bachelor of Science she took a hiatus and dedicated herself to learning and teaching Brazilian Zouk and Ballroom dance. After several years she went back to school and received her Masters in Arts Management. Her thesis focused on the effects of Arts Service Organizations (ASOs) on the arts industry. After graduation she went on to join a research team studying the effects of the arts, dance and music, on the well being of adults over the age of 65. Mimi has woven her love of dance, science, and data into a wonderful, intertwined career that she could never have foreseen. She is extremely excited to join the Interfusion Team as the Wisdom and Science Director.