Mike Curb Programs in Creative Enterprise and Cultural Leadership

Rebecca Mosqueda

Class of 2018


Rebecca began the MA in Creative Enterprise and Cultural Leadership program in 2016. She works at ASU as the Ticket Office Manager for the Herberger Institute Box Office and is an alumna of ASU School of Music. Rebecca completed her undergraduate degree in Music Therapy and has worked with individuals with developmental disabilities in home, school, and community settings for over 10 years. She also has enjoyed working at ASU Gammage doing front-of-house management for 18 years.

Rebecca’s Applied Project combined her passion for working with young people with special needs and a love of playing music, and utilizes an inclusive and collaborative community-based approach. From her Applied Project grew Siblings in Sync: Playing in Harmony, a creative music-based program for sibling bonding. It creates opportunities to deepen relationships between children with special needs and their siblings bonding through creative musical play, exploration, and collaboration. Working in partnership with therapy agencies and other community organizations, this innovative program approach includes a blend of structured interactive songs, dances, and musical games as well as musical playtime for siblings to explore and engage in collaborative music-making of their own choosing. Rebecca Mosqueda is a board-certified music therapist and facilitator.


What is something you’ve learned in the Mike Curb MA in Creative Enterprise and Cultural Leadership program that will shape your future work?

I have learned: how to develop your ideas into plans of action; the importance of community partnerships; the difference between management and leadership; social entrepreneurship; creative ways to measure social impact.