Four new members have been elected to the League of American Orchestras’ Board of Directors. In addition, five individuals have been elected to ex-officio positions on the board. The four new board members are: Alan Mason, member of the Santa Rosa Symphony Board and president of the Board of the Association of California Symphony Orchestras; Jennifer Mondie, violist with the National Symphony Orchestra and chairman of the National Symphony Orchestra Committee; Trine Sorensen, member of the San Francisco Symphony Board of Governors and other governing and advisory boards in the performing arts; and Alan D. Valentine, president and CEO of the Nashville Symphony. The four new board members were elected by League members during the organization’s annual meeting in June. Each will serve three-year terms. Additionally, five people have been elected to ex-officio roles: Gary Ginstling, National Symphony Orchestra; Sara Mummey, Lafayette Symphony Orchestra; Heather Clarke, Idaho State-Civic Symphony; Megen Balda, Greater Twin Cities Youth Symphonies; and Tiffany Ammerman, Marshall Symphony League. The Board’s officers were reelected, with Helen Shaffer now serving as Secretary. Read the full announcement here.
Posted August 8, 2018