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 Austin Emerging Arts Leaders identifies and cultivates the next generation of arts leaders by developing inclusive systems for creative and personal growth.

EAL Austin is a 501(C)3 non-profit tax exempt organization and a local chapter of the national Emerging Leaders Network initiated by Americans for the Arts.

  

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Sandy Lam (EAL mentee)

Sandy is a storyteller and coordinator who serves as the Director of Sad Girls Productions. In March 2020, Sad Girls premiered its original show So Lucky which explores themes of Asian/Asian American cultural identity, mental health, intergenerational conflict, immigrant families, and community building. Sandy wrote, produced, and performed in So Lucky. In her work, she aims to use art as a medium to have difficult conversations, tell stories about diversity, and bring communities together. Lear