On Sept. 9, the Board of Directors of the Music Center announced the addition of six esteemed members of the Los Angeles community to the Music Center board.
The new directors are Jill Baldauf, UCLA Anderson School of Management associate dean of alumni relations; Susan Baumgarten, former aerospace engineer and executive and president of Center Dance Arts; Terri Kohl, co-founder of Brighton Collectibles and president of the Blue Ribbon; Melissa Ann Romain, a public relations consultant and arts philanthropist; Maria S. Salinas, president and CEO of the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce; and Matthew J. Spence, a national security expert and co-founder of the Truman National Security Project.
“We are excited to welcome the fresh perspectives and leadership acumen of these six outstanding individuals to the Music Center board,” said Lisa Specht, board chair of the Music Center. “Beyond their strong passion for the arts, these new board members bring vital experience and knowledge in community engagement, innovation and both financial and risk management that will aid us as we re-ignite the Music Center as an important anchor institution in Los Angeles with the goal of deepening the cultural lives of all in our great county.”
For information, visit musiccenter.org.
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