Executive Placements

Beth MacNeil Thompson Island Outward Bound Education Center Vice President of Development Arts Consulting Group Executive Search ACG

Thompson Island Outward Bound Education Center Announces Vice President of Development

15:38 31 January in Executive Placements

Thompson Island Outward Bound Education Center has selected Beth MacNeill as Vice President of Development, following an executive search process led by Arts Consulting Group (ACG). She began her tenure on January 3, 2017. Ms. MacNeill has two decades of experience in nonprofit development fundraising, with a focus on social justice and urban youth development. She has held leadership positions in development at Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay, Brandeis University, Tufts Medical Center, and Best Buddies of Massachusetts. Ms. MacNeill has grown development programs from the ground up, including work in major gifts, special events, annual fund, and corporate and foundation relations. She has also personally raised funds for several organizations, including the Leukemia Societies Team-in-Training Marathon Program, Bridge Over Troubled Waters Marathon Program, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay, and Norwell Parent Teacher Association. Ms. MacNeill received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Miami with a...

Daniel Ordower Pilobolus General Manager and Chief Financial Officer Executive Search Arts Consulting Group ACG

Pilobolus Names General Manager and Chief Financial Officer

15:14 31 January in Executive Placements

Pilobolus has selected Daniel Ordower as General Manager and Chief Financial Officer (CFO), following an executive search process led by Arts Consulting Group (ACG). An entrepreneur, award-winning lighting designer, and attorney in private practice in New York, Mr. Ordower brings a unique blend of strategic, creative, and financial expertise to this newly created position. He began his tenure on October 17, 2016. Mr. Ordower brings more than 20 years of business and creative experience to his work. He most recently served as Chief Operating Officer and General Counsel of Guild, a multi-million-dollar experiential marketing agency with a custom manufacturing division. During his tenure, he created and implemented all operational systems and guided the organization through a three-year period of rapid growth that doubled revenue. Prior to joining Guild, he owned and operated The Ordower Group, an award-winning lighting design and technical management firm working in opera, theater, industrial, and event markets...

Marathon Center for the Performing Arts Names New Executive Director

16:42 15 November in Executive Placements

Marathon Center for the Performing Arts (MCPA) has selected Heather Clow as Executive Director, following an executive search process led by Arts Consulting Group (ACG). She will begin her tenure on January 3, 2017. Ms. Clow has been part of the leadership team of the Lebanon Opera House in Lebanon, New Hampshire for the past 15 years. She first joined the Opera House as Box Office Manager, was later promoted to Associate Director, and became the organization’s Executive Director in 2008. Ms. Clow is a past president of Arts Presenters of Northern New England and has served on the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts Touring Roster Evaluation Committee and the Vermont Arts Council’s Project Grant Review Panel. In addition to her arts administration experience, she has an extensive community theater background. Ms. Clow directed several summer community-wide musicals and was the founding artistic director of the Covered Bridge Players,...

East West Players Announces New Artistic Director

13:48 02 August in Executive Placements

East West Players (EWP) has selected Snehal Desai as artistic director, following an executive search process led by Arts Consulting Group (ACG). He took over for outgoing Producing Artistic Director Tim Dang beginning on July 1, 2016. Mr. Desai was most recently EWP’s associate artistic director, with directorial credits including A Nice Indian Boy, U.S. v. Bhagat Singh Thind, and The Who's Tommy. At EWP, he also produced the annual EWP Visionary Awards gala, oversaw play submissions as literary manager, managed artistic partnerships with local and regional theaters, and administered the David Henry Hwang Writers Institute, the 2042: See Change National Playwriting Competition, and the New Asian American Musicals initiative. Mr. Desai has directed plays at venues from The Old Globe in San Diego, Boom Arts in Portland, Oregon, and the Old Vic in London and has worked at more than a dozen theaters in New York City. He previously served as resident director of Theater...

The Amistad Center for Art & Culture Names New Executive Director

19:44 22 June in Executive Placements

The Amistad Center for Art & Culture (The Amistad Center) has selected Frank Mitchell as executive director, following an executive search process led by Arts Consulting Group (ACG). Since 2013, Mitchell has held the role of assistant director and curator after serving as the curator-at-large for three years. During his time at The Amistad Center, Mitchell redefined the exhibition program from a collection-based focus on historical timelines to a topical exhibition program that integrates collections material and loans of contemporary art and partnerships with leading artists. Mitchell will begin his tenure as executive director on July 1, 2016. Mitchell began his career as a community programs coordinator at the Studio Museum in Harlem and has curated, organized, and produced exhibitions and programs at The Schomburg Center, Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service, Anacostia Museum, University of St. Joseph Art Gallery, Capital Community College, International Festival of Arts & Ideas, Hill-Stead Museum, Hartford...

Newark Arts Council and the Arts Council of Greater Kalamazoo Announce New Executive Directors

18:28 02 June in Executive Placements

[vc_row row_type="row" type="full_width" text_align="left" css_animation=""][vc_column][vc_row_inner row_type="row" type="full_width" text_align="left" css_animation=""][vc_column_inner width="1/4"][vc_empty_space][vc_single_image image="13643" img_size="full" qode_css_animation=""][/vc_column_inner][vc_column_inner width="3/4"][vc_column_text] Newark Arts Council Names Executive Director [/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]The Newark Arts Council has selected Jeremy Johnson as executive director, following an executive search process led by Arts Consulting Group (ACG). He began his tenure on March 14, 2016. Johnson succeeds Linwood Oglesby, who retired after leading the organization for 17 years. Johnson served eight years as the Newark philanthropic liaison, a position funded by the Council of New Jersey Grantmakers. In this role, he leveraged more than $50 million in private support for city initiatives. He also led a working group which became the Newark City of Learning Collaborative (NCLC), a collective impact movement to increase college success among Newarkers. He has represented the philanthropic community on proposals that have attracted federal planning grants for the city as well as served on panels about creative placemaking and public-private partnerships. Johnson is a native of Cleveland and a current Newark resident. He earned a bachelor’s...

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