Jaime Hastings is a proud product of the public school system, who gained a deep love and appreciation for the arts in the East Rockaway School District on Long Island. Hastings went on to study music, theater and business at the State University of New York College at Geneseo, and vocal performance under Michael Crouse, William Leyerle and Andrew Byrne. She has produced and performed several New York City cabarets including MY BLUE DRESS, Maury Yeston’s DECEMBER SONGS, and WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM MY FRIENDS, starred in a reading and cast recording of the original musical 41 MINUTES, written by Daniel Ezell, and performed in several New York productions of the original musical, FAIR LIBERTY’S CALL, written by Pamela Meadows. As associate to writer and filmmaker Rebecca Miller, Hastings worked closely on several Round Films projects including the 2015 feature, MAGGIE’S PLAN, (starring Julianne Moore, Greta Gerwig and Ethan Hawke). She was also Associate Producer of the Emmy nominated HBO Documentary, ARTHUR MILLER: WRITER. Hastings is the Executive Director of the Arthur Miller Foundation, a grassroots non-profit organization honoring the legacy of the great American playwright by building and sustaining quality in-school theater education in public schools, through partnerships with the NYC Department of Education and The City College of New York.