Carol U. Baker
Cherub Choir Director
(317) 253-6461 | CBaker@SecondChurch.org
From cultivating community partnerships to writing innovative cross-disciplinary curriculum, Carol Baker enjoys serving the Central Indiana community as a leader, follower and cheerleader. As an arts education and non-profit management specialist, Ms. Baker has served in leadership and program management roles for Indianapolis Symphony, The Center for the Performing Arts, Indianapolis Opera and Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra, and as a consultant for organizations like Hamilton County Convention and Visitors Bureau, Indianapolis Symphony, Actors Theatre of Indiana, and Carmel Education Foundation.
A Creative Renewal Fellow of the Arts Council of Indianapolis (2006) and graduate of Stanley K. Lacy Executive Leadership Class of XXX (2005), Ms. Baker holds a Master of Public Affairs from IUPUI’s School of Public and Environmental Affairs with a certificate in negotiation and mediation and a Bachelor of Music Education and French minor from University of Louisville. She has served on the boards of Motus Dance Theatre, American Red Cross of Greater Indianapolis, Indiana Coalition for the Arts and as co-chair of the American Symphony Orchestra League's National Education and Community Directors Leadership Team.
An advocate for arts learning and early childhood development, Ms. Baker trained with teaching artists through Lincoln Center Institute in New York and studied with Dr. John Feierabend to earn a "First Steps in Music" certification. Before moving to Indianapolis in 2000, she worked for Actors Theatre of Louisville, taught elementary music for the Archdiocese of Louisville and performed with Kentucky Opera.