Drew Zeiba has six years of experience in nonprofit development, outreach, education and programs. In addition to his work within and supporting cultural and social justice nonprofits, he is a published author and an editor and independent digital curator in the fields of art, design, architecture, new media and technology. At The Kavelman Group, Drew supports foundation and nonprofit client projects as a writer, editor, research and program assistant.
His career began with two internships at Boston’s prestigious Handel and Haydn Society, where he focused on fundraising and development, and in education and public programs at Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts. He served for three years as project director at Artmorpheus, a community-focused artists’ organization, where he helped create apps for art lovers, facilitated an incubator for creative professionals, and led a major state survey on the economic status of artists and creatives in Massachusetts. He also served for three years as a visitor services ambassador and gallery educator at the Tufts University Art Gallery.
Drew’s writing has appeared in numerous publications including New York, Metropolis, The Architect’s Newspaper, Garage, The Bowdoin Journal of Art, Foglifter Literary Journal and PIN-UP. He has provided editorial support on art and architecture monographs from Rizzoli and the Swiss Institute and he has collaborated on artwork screened and exhibited internationally, including at La Casa Encendida (Madrid), The Museum of Contemporary Art (Chicago), The Storefront for Art and Architecture (New York), the Baltimore Museum of Art and the New Museum.
Drew has volunteered as an English teacher for a grassroots nonprofit immigration service organization. He also serves as a volunteer for community arts organizations and museums, including the Guggenheim Museum.
Drew received a B.A. in Art History magna cum laude from Tufts University, where he also led student groups as President of the Tufts University Art History Society. He completed coursework in languages and cultural studies at Reykjavík, Iceland and Utrecht, The Netherlands. With a personal commitment to building global understanding, Drew’s languages include Spanish, Icelandic, Dutch, and a reading knowledge of Old English.