The Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust announced that Beth Kean has been named executive director and Paul Nussbaum the new president.
Kean, the granddaughter of Holocaust survivors, served as the museum’s treasurer and on its executive board for 10 years before becoming interim executive director in November 2016. She has over 25 years of experience working in the finance sector, focusing on fixed-income risk management and social-impact finance. She worked at Capital Group Companies in Los Angeles and Salomon Brothers in New York and serves on the University of Pennsylvania’s Southern California Regional Advisory Board and Trustees’ Council for Penn Women.
Nussbaum, son of two Holocaust survivors, the museum’s former treasurer and CFO, is a senior banking and wealth management executive with over 30 years of banking, credit and relationship management experience as regional executive for Wells Fargo and City National Bank and Southern California regional executive for Pacific Capital Wealth Management. Nussbaum has held leadership roles with such organizations as the Jewish Federation of Orange County, the Simon Wiesenthal Center, Museum of Tolerance, and Jewish Family Services.
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