Ann Wettrich has over 25 years of experience as an arts administrator, educator, and artist. She developed the SMART Teaching Concentration Program and is planning a new teaching credential program at the college.
Ann has held leadership and program development positions with San Francisco Arts Commission, City of Oakland Craft & Cultural Arts Department, Arts Education Funders Collaborative, Capp Street Project, and San Francisco Art Education Project and School of the Arts Foundation.
As a consultant, Ann wrote and facilitated the development of the Arts Education Master Plan for Oakland Unified School District and has conducted needs assessment and evaluation studies in art education for Cultural Initiatives Silicon Valley and Marin Community Foundation.
Ann has served on numerous panels and committees for local and statewide arts organizations. She currently serves on the Alameda County Art Commission and the Steering Committee of the Alameda County Office of Education's Alliance for Arts Learning Leadership and is a member of the Art Education Initiative for teacher preparation programs in the region, headed up by University of California, Berkeley.
Her artwork takes many forms and has been published and presented in the Bay Area.