AEA welcomes our 2023 Summer Analysts
June 9, 2023
AEA Consulting is pleased to announce the appointments of three Summer Analysts for 2023: Mariana Rocio Gomez Mendoza, Ana Charriere Alvarez De Ron, and Annabelle Camp! We look forward to their contributions to the team and our work over the coming months.
Mariana Rocio Gomez Mendoza is joining the New York team from June to August. She is currently studying for a Master's degree in Arts Administration at Columbia University. She is a cultural entrepreneur who, along with her business partner, founded Anecdota - a PR agency that offers an app, planner, and cultural agenda to invite users to explore the local and cultural offerings of the city of Guadalajara, Mexico, through promotions and curated experiences. Prior to that, Mariana worked at AlteaCorp, where she served as an assistant producer for Calaverandia, the world's first Día de Muertos themed park, and a Lights Festival in Guadalajara, Mexico.
She holds a B.S. in Arts and Cultural Management from ITESO in Mexico. Mariana's passion lies in creating meaningful experiences and exploring the relationship between arts, culture, leisure, and human happiness.
Ana Charriere Alvarez De Ron is joining the London team from July to October. She has grew up in Madrid for most of her life - where she developed a deep appreciation for Spain's music, food, and artists - and also spent five years in Hong Kong, where she discovered her passion for the visual arts. She is pursuing a B.A. in History of Art at UCL in London, and in addition to her studies, she holds several positions within the university, including the role of treasurer for the History of Art Society, Lead Student Representative for her department, and journalist for the EDI Board.
Beyond academia, Ana has gained practical experience by working at the London Art Fair and the Alison Jacques gallery, which solidified her interest in the day-to-day operations of artistic institutions. Her upcoming internship at the Cartier Foundation in the Audience Direction department will further enhance her understanding of the educational aspects of culture and the process of facilitating interaction between the public and cultural foundations.
Annabelle Camp is joining the US team from August to November. She is a textile conservator who currently works at Balboa Art Conservation Center in San Diego, where she has established the Center’s textile conservation service area. She has trained in some of the world’s leading conservation labs, including the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Abegg-Stiftung, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and is passionate about engaging communities in the preservation of their cultural heritage, leading numerous outreach and repatriation projects with this goal.
She holds an M.S. from the Winterthur/University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation, graduated from the University of Delaware with B.A.s in Art Conservation and Anthropology with a minor in Art History, and is a Moelis Advance Access Fellow of the Wharton School of Business. In her free time, she loves to cook and explore new trails with her husband and dog.