Director of Programming
Goldie E. Patrick Goldie is thrilled to serve in her role as Director of Programming for the Dramatist Guild Foundation in hopes of resourcing, supporting, and elevating the dynamic community of dramatists it serves. She is a playwright, director, and cultural worker with artistic and professional roots in her hometown of Detroit, MI and Washington DC. Goldie worked for more than 20 years in Washington DC supporting artists, institutions, and non-profit organizations seeking to amplify their impact, increase their community engagement and build their capacity. Goldie’s work as a cultural worker includes clients such as The DC Commission on Arts and Humanities, The Center for Non-Profit advancement, and an array of colleges and universities. Goldie brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in the field of capacity building, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility as well as Anti-Racism best practice. Goldie holds a BFA in Acting from Howard University and is a current candidate for her MFA in playwriting from Columbia University.