Jaclyn Dentino is an arts administrator, flutist, and flute teacher active in the Greater Boston Area. She earned her B.A. in Music Performance from Case Western Reserve University in cooperation with the Cleveland Institute of Music in Cleveland, Ohio, and her M.S. in Arts Administration and Graduate Certificate in Fundraising Management from Boston University. She has studied flute with Katherine DeJongh of the Canton Symphony and ProMusica Chamber Orchestra; Mary Kay Robinson of the Cleveland Pops, Panaromicos Chamber Ensemble, New Hampshire Music Festival, and Music from Angel Fire; and Lisa Hennessy of the Portland Symphony Orchestra, Boston Ballet Orchestra, and Boston Landmarks Orchestra. She has also studied voice, piano, ballet, and theatre.
As an administrator, Jaclyn has a strong background in fundraising, marketing, general management, and cultural entrepreneurship. Her specialties include operational management, institutional and programmatic marketing, and the cultivation of relationships, with a particular interest in modernizing arts organizations to embrace digital audiences and adopt anti-racism efforts in all aspects of operations.
Jaclyn currently serves on the Board of Directors for Amazing Things Arts Center in Framingham, Massachusetts, and is the founder and Committee Chair of the Watertown Arts Market.
Jaclyn lives in Framingham with her husband and their dog. When not participating in arts-related events, she enjoys horseback riding, reading, running, and traveling.