Betsy Ludwig:

Executive Director

Betsy joined Arts Access as Program Director in 2009 and became Executive Director in 2014. She has dedicated her career to working with persons with disabilities and advocating  that everyone have equal access to participate in the fabric of community life. Prior to joining Arts Access, Betsy had 20 years of experience working in group home, day program, hospital, public school and community non-profit settings as a social worker, therapeutic recreation specialist, inclusion specialist/trainer, and program administrator. She holds a bachelor’s degree in social work from Salem College and a master’s degree in therapeutic recreation from UNC-Chapel Hill, and she completed a summer program in arts administration at NYU.

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Contact:  or 919-833-9919, ext. 1 

Megan Bostic:

Program Manager

Megan has worked in the visual arts, arts education, community outreach, and nonprofit worlds for the last ten years. She joined Arts Access in 2017 to implement the Wake Arts Inclusion Project, a project to help arts teachers and teaching artists work with students with disabilities. She now serves as Program Manager. Megan is a working artist and holds a Masters of Art & Design from NC State University and BFAs in both Art Education and Studio Art from East Carolina University. Prior to joining Arts Access, Megan worked as a visual arts teacher in Wake County and at Governor Morehead School for the Blind.

[Image description: Megan, a white woman with shoulder length brown hair, wearing a black and white top.] 

Contact: or 919-833-9919 ext. 2 

Chloe Crawford:

Programs & Admin Coordinator

Chloe is a disabled artist, writer and educator. She’s worked within disability rights and the arts for several years, most recently at Mobility International USA. She completed an MFA in Visual Arts from Mason Gross School of the Arts – Rutgers University, an M.S. in Outdoor and Environmental Education and Therapeutic Recreation from SUNY-Cortland. 


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Tamar Harris Warren:

Audio Description Coordinator

Tamar Harris Warren has over thirteen years of arts management experience and is a trained audio describer. An energetic, well organized independent curator, events manager, mixed media sculpture and installation artist and former art gallery owner, Tamar received her Master of Arts Degree in Museum Studies from Johns Hopkins University Xanvyl Krieger School of Art and her Bachelors of Art Degree in Exhibition Design from Meredith College. Before joining Arts Access, Tamar worked in a variety of roles in Triangle arts museums and galleries, most recently the Gregg Museum of Art + Design and CAM Raleigh.

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[Image Description: Tamar, a black woman with short curly hair. Tamar is smiling widely and wearing a blue tank top.]

Contact: or 919-833-9919, ext. 3

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