Board of Directors
Eve Moros Ortega
Independent Producer and Consultant
Eve Moros Ortega has worked at the intersection of art, film, and community engagement for over 20 years. After working at art galleries early in her career, Eve moved into film production for commercials, independent features, and documentaries. Eve is the Director and Producer of “Made in Thailand” a film about women factory workers in Thailand organizing labor unions, for which Eve organized a major grassroots outreach campaign of community screenings. Merging her interest in art, media, and community engagement, Eve joined Art21 founder Susan Sollins as the nonprofit’s first employee, helping to grow Art21 into a leading producer of contemporary art films, education, and public programs. In addition to Executive Producing its flagship PBS series “Art in the Twenty-FirstCentury,” Eve also co-produced the Peabody-Award film “William Kentridge:Anything is Possible” and helped grow the organization's community engagement screenings to reach hundreds of organizations worldwide. Most recently, Eve served as interim Executive Director of Art21. Currently, Eve consults for arts and cultural clients including the Bronx Museum, Forward Union Fair, and Montefiore Fine Art Program.
Human Resources Director
Marcy has lived in Brooklyn for nearly twenty years. She started volunteering with Arts Gowanus because of her love of the Gowanus Open Studios event. She still enjoys walking into the industrial buildings throughout the neighborhood and discovering that inside is really wonderful local art. She also collects art, primarily from Brooklyn artists. When not volunteering with Arts Gowanus, Marcy can typically be found at a New York Islanders hockey game.
Chief Revenue Officer, Payoneer
Neil has spent most of the past 20 years as a software and payments entrepreneur and executive, nurturing and growing successful fintech companies. He spent 11 years building CashEdge from start-up through its sale to Fiserv for $465 million, where he subsequently served as SVP, Payments. He later served as Chief Revenue Officer of Payoneer, a leading global payments company, where he oversaw all sales and marketing activity, and is an advisor and board member of several payments start-ups. Earlier in his career, Neil earned his MBA from Columbia University and worked as a management consultant at McKinsey & Company. He is proud to be a Princeton Tiger!
Neil loves to travel abroad with his wife and their two teenagers – he’s visited over 60 countries in five continents. He is passionate about the outdoors, so he’s usually seeking out the best trails, campsites, rapids and ski slopes wherever he finds himself.
Co-Owner, Ground Floor Gallery
Krista Scenna is an independent curator and gallerist based in Brooklyn, NY. She earned her undergraduate degree in Art History & Spanish from the University of Pennsylvania and a graduate degree in interdisciplinary contemporary art from New York University’s Draper Program. Scenna has worked for the ICA in Philadelphia, the Queens Museum, the Whitney Museum of Art and New Museum of Contemporary Art in various capacities. She was also a 2010-11 Lori Ledis Curatorial Fellow. In addition to exhibitions at BRIC, NURTUREart and Lesley Heller Workspace, her curatorial portfolio also includes site-specific exhibitions in alternative forums such The Old Stone House, Vax Moto motorcycle garage, the DUMBO Arts Festival and SPRING/BREAK Art Show 2015-2016. As the co-owner of Ground Floor Gallery in Brooklyn, Scenna connects emerging artists with new art buyers. She is also a proud member of the Association of Women Art Dealers (AWAD) and serves on the board of Arts Gowanus.
Pediatric Surgeon and Curator
Lawyer, Epstein & Mazzola, LLP, Cantor