Jody Cauthen

Program Director, Arts Administration

Theatre - Theatre and Arts Management

203 Taylor Theatre


Jody Cauthen teaches Theatre and Arts Management at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) since 2000. She also served the UNCG College of Visual and Performing Arts as Program Director for the Arts Administration major and minor. Ms. Cauthen holds a Masters degree from Saint Mary's University of Minnesota in Arts Administration and a BFA in Performance from Northern Kentucky University. Prior to her appointment at UNCG, Ms. Cauthen worked in marketing and management at HartfordStage, Centerstage in Baltimore, The Barn Dinner Theatre, The National Theatre of the Deaf and The Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park. At UNCG, she manages the marketing campaign for UNCG Theatre, the North Carolina Theatre for Young People, and Theatre 232, the collaborative summer theatre venue at Triad Stage. She is the recipient of a Building Entrepreneurship through Lifelong Learning (BELL) grant. Ms.Cauthen is an active arts consultant and has served as moderator and participant in such conferences as The Association of Arts Administration Educators, Wake Forest University Creativity Conference, The UNCG Bryan School of Business's Entrepreneurship in the Arts forum, The Art of Public Memory Conference, Southeastern Theatre Conference (SETC), and the Southern Entrepreneurship in the Arts annual conference.