The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra has appointed ALLISON BURR-LIVINGSTONE vice president of development, effective June 3, 2019. She will succeed James Kelley. With this appointment, Burr-Livingstone is returning to the Baltimore Symphony, where she previously served as director of institutional giving and as campaign director for the BSO’s Second Century Campaign. Burr-Livingstone is currently associate vice president of public affairs for Visit Baltimore, where she is responsible for advocacy, external affairs, and community engagement, including leading Visit Baltimore’s $14 million annual hotel tax funding through city and state channels. She is founder, chief fundraiser, and executive director of the Visit Baltimore Foundation, which promotes and provides public education, capacity building, and workforce development in the tourism sector. At the Baltimore Symphony, Burr-Livingstone will work to increase financial support from private, foundation, corporate, and governmental sources. She will be responsible for directing the planning and implementation of the orchestra’s development program, with objectives that include growing the annual fund and the endowment.
Posted April 26, 2019