Clarissa Marzán supports strategic communications campaigns for a range of visual arts, architecture, and cultural organizations across the United States.
Clarissa joined Resnicow and Associates in early 2016 and is currently working on institutional positioning and communications campaigns for Brooklyn Public Library, Morphosis Architects, The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Frieze Art Fairs, and The High Museum of Art.
Prior to joining R+A, Clarissa worked in the publicity department at Simon & Schuster, where she executed national media campaigns and book tours for bestselling authors such as David McCullough, Walter Isaacson, and Naomi Klein. As an undergraduate, she completed internships at Yale University Press (in New Haven and in London), Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival in the Berkshires, and Politiken newspaper in Copenhagen, Denmark.
A native New Yorker and lifelong dancer, Clarissa graduated from Yale University with a bachelor's degree in comparative literature. She speaks Spanish, French and some Portuguese.