Ty-Juana Flores is currently a manager at Berklee College of Music where she focuses on program design, development and management, in addition to supporting students through advocacy, mentoring and advising. Her current role at Berklee directly supports and uplifts African American students by creating and administering cutting edge student success work.
Prior to starting her career at Berklee, she worked as a womenswear apparel designer and a jr. account executive for several showrooms in New York that designed private label collections for Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Lord & Taylor, Dressbarn, Macy's, Ross Stores, and Dillards. She’s also hosted meet-ups for women of color, clothing swaps, and designed websites and graphics for entrepreneurs from a variety of different fields.
Ty-Juana is a creative visionary who’s drawn to visual arts, music, fashion, and museums. She is currently pursuing her Masters degree in Arts Administration at Boston University and will be launching her curated platform of creative content Spring 2019.