Carmel Symphony’s new development director gets to work

Posted on: December 21, 2016

“Marc Huber is eager to share the strengths of Carmel Symphony Orchestra. ‘Some really exciting things are happening at Carmel Symphony Orchestra right now, and I look forward to helping the organization continue to grow,’ Huber said,” writes Mark Ambrogi in Tuesday’s (12/20) Current in Carmel (Carmel, Indiana). “Huber recently became the CSO development director…. Huber, a Fishers resident, previously served at Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis Library in a similar capacity. Prior to that, his experience includes being assistant director of development at the American Library Association; director of major gifts and planned giving at the American Academy of Pediatrics; and as annual giving officer at the Rotary Foundation of Rotary International. ‘He has a huge amount of experience in fundraising in the nonprofit world,’ CSO President Alan Davis said. ‘We’re very lucky to have him.’ … Huber’s position with CSO is part-time…. In November, he published his first book, ‘The Fundraising Co-Pilot,’ which he hopes will be a helpful resource for volunteer fundraisers and board members.” The Carmel Symphony is resident orchestra at the Palladium in Carmel, Indiana. Founded in 1975 as a volunteer community orchestra, the orchestra has 85 professional and volunteer musicians.

Posted December 21, 2016