About the Columbus Museum of Art
Incorporated in 1878, Columbus Museum of Art (CMA) was built for the
community by the community. Generations of families have invested in the
Museum through gifts of time, talent, and treasure. From the quality of its
collections and exhibitions to the quality of life in the community, the CMA
strives for the ideal – celebrating the diversity of its people and its city. In
2013, the Museum was named a National Medal winner by the Institute for
Museum and Library Services (IMLS), the nation’s highest honor for significant
and exceptional contributions to the community.
For more information on the Columbus Museum of Art, please visit its website.
This leader guides the museum and its professional staff in pursuing its mission and assuring a sustainable future, garners support for the institution’s priorities including serving as chief fundraiser leading the museum’s development team, provides skillful oversight of its operations, and serves as a thought leader in planning exhibitions, publications, and programs that engage the local community and an expanding audience.
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