Jane Cheung serves as Vice President of Programs at The Pablove Foundation. She oversees the organization’s philanthropic and direct service programs including its grantmaking to U.S. and international institutions focused on pediatric cancer research and the delivery of arts programs to children undergoing treatment for cancer. Prior to her current role, Ms. Cheung directed the expansion of the Pablove Shutterbugs photography program scaling it to over 15 new markets such as New York City and more rural communities.
Before joining Pablove, Ms. Cheung managed the Music Center of Los Angeles County’s highly acclaimed performing arts in schools program. She also held leadership positions in education and arts adminisration at various California museums and served on numerous committees including the City of LA’s Latino Heritage Month and the Board of Directors for the Museum Educators of Southern California.
A graduate in Education and Art from both Stanford and Columbia universities, Ms. Cheung has dedicated her career to social justice, arts, and education, including prior work in school reform with the School Management Program at UCLA and serving as an education consultant at the Los Angeles Leadership Academy.
Currently, in addition to her day job, Ms. Cheung is an NGen Fellow with the Independent Sector, a fellowship for emerging leaders who are dedicated and poised to be at the helm of the nonprofit sector and she sits on the national Arts Education Council for the Americans for the Arts.