Wanda Bershen  has worked for over 20 years with  many arts, educational & cultural organizations, setting up media arts  funding programs for the Pennsylvania Arts & Humanities Councils and  working with cultural organizations  state-wide and nationally.

 She was a  founding Director of the National Alliance of Media Arts Centers, Program Director of CUNY-TV, where she pioneered some of the earliest arts series in   collaboration  with The Kitchen, Goethe Institute, and other  New York City cultural institutions. 

As a department head at the Jewish Museum she founded the New York  Jewish Film Festival with the Film Society of Lincoln Center,  developed new program series & symposia, and curated exhibitions with artists including Eleanor Antin, Jaime Davidovich, and Ilene Segalove. She has  been a consultant for the NY State Arts council, NJ State Arts Council on media, visual arts, interdisciplinary arts.

Ms. Bershen consults on Fundraising, Marketing, Strategic Planning and Program Development. 

Clients include The Brooklyn Museum of Art, American Museum of the Moving Image, Joris Ivens  Foundation (Netherlands),   New  York Women in Film & Television (NYWIFT), Temple University,  Goethe  Institute, NY, and  Southampton Historical Museum.

She has taught  Arts Management on the CUNY Baruch graduate faculty , at  NYU, Rutgers University, Temple  University, Philadelphia College of Art and her writing has appeared in Art In America, Artforum, The Boston Review, Afterimage and The Independent, DOCUMENTARY magazine