Christine Dancey

Christine Dancey joined the Alliance in April 2018 and is responsible for managing, cultivating, and recruiting advertisement for the Phillyfunguide and Funsavers. She is responsible for establishing relationships and marketing strategies with members to increase cultural participation and continuing the Alliance’s work of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in the cultural sector through audience marketing services. Christine comes to the Alliance from Team85 Fitness & Wellness center in which she served as  Marketing Director. She also served as a dance teacher at School of Dance Arts, Marketing Coordinator for NextMove Dance, and Leader for The Actors District. Her bachelor in Psychology from Temple University has given her keen insight to audience behavior, which influences her abilities to design creative and effective marketing strategies.

Audience Services Manager
Christine Dancey

Roberta Johnson

Roberta joined the Cultural Alliance in March of 2018 as Vice President of Audience Engagement. She oversees the various marketing programs such as the Phillyfunguide, the discount-ticketing program, Funsavers, and various audiences building research initiatives. Before starting with the Cultural Alliance, Roberta worked at Settlement Music School as a Branch Coordinator for the Wynnefield location. When not in the office, Roberta enjoys knitting, reading, and volunteering for various social causes. She is a proud member of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc., Pennsylvania Chapter, which she serves as the chair of the arts and culture committee.Roberta joined the Cultural Alliance in March of 2018.

Vice President of Audience Engagement
Roberta Johnson

Frances Ellison

Frances joined the Cultural Alliance in 2016 as the Digital Content Coordinator and became the Assistant Manager of Digital Marketing in 2017. She manages the Funsuite (the Phillyfunguide and Funsavers programs), and handles all customer service and inquiry for both as well as overseeing and curating all digital content for both programs, building all Funsavers offers and weekly emails, and soliciting organizations to submit events for both.

Frances received her B.A. in Communications with a concentration in Journalism and Professional Writing in 2015 from Chestnut Hill College. In one of her many past lives, she has written for the Chestnut Hill College Magazine and Philadelphia Weekly.

Assistant Manager of Digital Marketing

Elizabeth Estrada

Elizabeth joined the Cultural Alliance in January of 2018 as the Digital Communications Coordinator. She is a first generation Cuban-American who has focused her nonprofit career on working at the intersection of media, art and diversity. In addition to her work at the Cultural Alliance, Elizabeth is also a Producer at PhillyCAM’s bilingual show, Atrévete, an Intern at WHYY’s The Pulse, a Writer for the Hispanic Scholarship Fund and is developing her own podcast. Prior to this, Elizabeth worked at Firelight Media and New York Women in Film & Television, producing events around the country and supporting mediamakers.

Elizabeth received her M.A. in Media Studies with a concentration in Social Media and Social Change from The New School and her B.S. from Ithaca College, where she studied Television-Radio Production and Sociology. Originally from Queens, New York, Elizabeth is now based in Philadelphia, where you can find her exploring the city’s art and culture scene.

Digital Communications Coordinator