What We Do
He is the host of CNN’s “Doing Business in…” series and co-host of the syndicated podcast “Oops, Your Culture’s Showing!” His articles and books include The Global Etiquette Guides to Europe, Asia, Africa and The Middle East, and Latin America. (www.blubrry.com/oopscultureshow/).
He is an enthusiastic supporter of local events and his block association. As a member of the fledgling photographic group: “F-Stop Brooklyn” he has exhibited some of his work in the group’s debut exhibition. Grahame’s background is in health-care with experience of both national and global marketing roles in the pharmaceutical industry and in the health-careagency world. He hopes to bring that experience to the board of PLG Arts and so to contribute to this important neighborhood organization.
Laura Frenzer has performed for decades in theater, film, television, improv, and sketch comedy shows in New York City and abroad and with many theatre companies including the Chekhov Theatre Ensemble, the Modern Theatre of Myth, and Classics on Tour as well as performing at the MASZK Theatre Festival in Hungary. She is a proud UCB graduate and teaching artist in New York City public schools, where she has worked with Camp Broadway, Stages of Learning, the American Globe Theatre, and Creative Stages NYC. Laura served as Executive Director of PLG Arts from 2006-2012 and helped to produce such events as Art Mart, Abiyoyopalooza, Poetry Night, Jazz At The Inkwelll, Community Mural Projects, The Neighborhood Show, group art shows and 6 seasons of free Shakespeare in Prospect Park. For her work with PLG Arts, Laura was nominated for a Brooklyn Do-Gooder Award in the Arts For All category and was given special recognition by former and current Brooklyn Borough Presidents Marty Markowitz and Eric Adams.
Rob and his wife Nancy have lived in PLG since 2012. They are among the founding members of Maple Street Community Garden.
Rob, the Executive Director of a statewide business association, manages the PLG Arts Community Calendar. Rob has a Fine Arts degree from the Film School at NYU.
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