Erin Hoppe, Executive Director
erin smiling Erin has more than a decade of experience working in the cultural sector as an administrator, researcher, and advocate. She has a Masters in Cultural Policy & Arts Administration from The Ohio State University and a B.A. in Economics from the University of California, San Diego. Previous professional experiences include The Kennedy Center and American Institutes for Research, and internships with the Smithsonian Institution and National Endowment for the Arts. Erin currently serves on the boards for Columbus Arts Marketing Association and Ohio Citizens for the Arts. Erin is a native Californian who fell in love with Ohio. She is passionate about promoting inclusion, advancing creativity, developing life-long learning opportunities, birding, and exploring the world.

Linda Johnson, Administrative Assistant
Linda Johnson has worked part-time for VSA Ohio and the Ohio Alliance for Arts Education for over 10 years. She is an avid volunteer involved in Sigma Phi Gamma sorority, TWIG of Children’s Hospital, and Tabitha Circle. Linda loves to knit, craft and sew.




Executive Director

The Executive Director is responsible for the successful leadership and management of a statewide, nonprofit organization according to the strategic direction set forth by the board of directors. Click here to download the full job description.

NOTE -- 04/29//19 - The application email is - NOT .com.

Deadline to Apply is Friday, May 24, 2019.

Desired start is July 2019.


Development & Records Intern
Unpaid / Academic Credit Eligible
VSA Ohio seeks a Development & Records Intern to contribute to the sustainability and growth of a statewide nonprofit. Primary tasks include documenting organizational history and developing accurate/comprehensive contacts system for communication and development activities. The Intern will work closely with VSAO’s executive director and program assistant. This is an excellent opportunity to make a large contribution to a small nonprofit while developing a portfolio of non-profit skills. Candidates should have an interest in non-profit administration, development, arts, education, and/or disability. For more information or to apply, email or call 614-241-5325.

We're always looking for enthusiastic individuals with a variety of interests and skills to help advance our mission. Your assistance can be provided in terms of office administration, archiving, programs, events, and more.