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entrepreneur , fundraiser , arts organizer

Anna Rose Feeny Lipscomb, American entrepreneur, arts organizer, fundraiser. Recipient Outstanding English Student of Year award Queens College, 1977; named Single Outstanding Contributor to the Arts in Taos, 1986.


Lipscomb, Anna Rose Feeny was born on October 29, 1945 in Greensboro, North Carolina, United States. Daughter of Nathan and Matilda (Carotenuto) Lipscomb.


Student langs, Alliance Francaise, Paris, 1968. Bachelor in English and French summa cum laude, Queens College, 1977. Diploma advanced Spanish, Forester Instituto International, San Jose, Costa Rica, 1990.

Postgraduate, Institute Allende San Miguel, Mexico, 1991.


Reservations agent American Airlines, St. Louis, 1968-1969, ticket agent, 1969-1971. College representative Columbia Broadcasting System, Holt Reinhart Winston, Providence, 1977-1979. Senior aquisitions editor Dryden Press, Chicago, 1979-1981.

Owner, manager Historic Taos (New Mexico) In, 1981-1989, Southwest Moccasin and Drum, Taos. President, co-owner Southwest Products, Ltd., since 1991. Owner, president All One Tribe, Inc., since 1996.

Fundraiser Taos Arts Celebrations, since 1989. Board directors New Mexico Hotel and Motel Association, since 1986. Seminary leader Taos Women Together, 1989.

Founder All One Tribe Foundation, 1994, all One Tribe Drumming Festival, since 1991. Member advisory board Drum Business Magazine, since 1996. Presenter workshop in field.


  • Other Work

    • Editor: Intermediate Accounting, 1980, Business Law, 1981. Contributor articles to professional journals. Patentee in field.


Board directors, 1st vice president Taos Arts Association, 1982-1985. Founder, board directors Taos Spring Arts Celebration, since 1983. Founder, director Meet-the-Artist Series, since 1983.

Board directors, co-founder Spring Arts New Mexico, 1986. Founder Yuletide in Taos, 1988, A Taste of Taos, 1988. Board directors Music From Angel Fire, since 1988.

Founding member Association History Hotels, Boulder, since 1983. Organizer International Symposium on Arts, 1985. Board directors Arts in Taos, 1983, Taoschool, Inc., 1985-1999, Roadrunner Recyclers, since 1995, TALKBACK, Taos, 1997-1998.

Member advisory board Chamisa Mesa Educational Center, Taos, since 1990. Organizer Drumming the Year 2000, since 1996. Member Millicent Rogers Museum Association, Taos Lodgers Association (mktd. task force 1989), Taos County Chamber of C. (1st vice president 1988-1989, board directors 1987-1989, advertising committee 1986-1989, chairman nominating committee 1989), Taos Women Business Owners, Phi Beta Kappa.


Nathan Lipscomb

Matilda (Carotenuto) Lipscomb