Staff

Eileen Bagnall:

Executive Director

Eileen joined Arts Access as Executive Director in January 2022. Eileen most recently served as the Executive Director of ARTabilityAZ, and brings a passion for making arts accessible to her new role. She has an extensive career in arts administration having worked with professional theaters and managing performing arts centers. Eileen graduated from the University of Arizona with a Bachelor of Arts degree focused on Arts Management and Drama Theory and currently serves on the VSA and Accessibility Advisory Board at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.

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[Image Description: A White woman with tortoiseshell glasses and shoulder length hair, wearing a black and white blouse under a black blazer.  She is outdoors, and smiling.]

Contact: eileen@artsaccessinc.org  or 919-833-9919 ext. 1


Megan Bostic:

Program Manager

Megan (she/her/hers) 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.

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

Contact: megan@artsaccessinc.org or 919-833-9919 ext. 2 


Max Pulley:

Program and Admin Coordinator

Max graduated summa cum laude from Appalachian State University with a bachelors of Science in psychology. While at App State, Max worked with with the “See U Thrive” program helping students maintain their mental, emotional and physical health. Since graduating, Max has been leading Sensory Friendly Saturday art classes at Sertoma Art Center and assisting with a learning community geared towards disability access in the arts. Art was not easily accessible when Max was in school, and so it took a while to uncover the great passion and sensory experience that comes with creating. Max is a mixed media artist and writer who has many special interests including, but not limited to, ferrets, opossums, nature, comic books and much more. 

 Max is a young, white person with short pink hair, wearing a black and white checked blazer.
[Image Description: Max is a young, white person with short pink hair, wearing a black and white checked blazer. ]

Contact: max@artsaccessinc.org or 919-833-9919 ext4

Thanks to our Grantors!

   NC Arts Council Raleigh Arts United Arts Council