Aubrey Bergauer named to direct San Francisco Conservatory’s new leadership and innovation program

Posted on: November 13, 2019

“The San Francisco Conservatory of Music announced … Nov. 12 that it is launching a forward-thinking program to foster innovative new leaders and administrators in the arts world, with Aubrey Bergauer in the role of ‘Founding Executive Director and SFCM Vice President of Strategic Communications,’ a position specifically crafted for her,” writes Paul Kotapish in Tuesday’s (1/12) San Francisco Classical Voice. “The new SFCM Center for Innovative Leadership will welcome its first enrollees at the Ute and William K. Bowes, Jr. Center for Performing Arts—now under construction—in January 2021. … Bergauer is known as the data-driven executive director of the California Symphony who doubled its audience, nearly quadrupled its donor base, and increased its operating budget by 50 percent, all while balancing budgets and eliminating a portion of past accumulated debt, according to San José’s Mercury News.” SFCM President David H. Stull said, “Under Aubrey’s direction, SFCM hopes to foster a new breed of change-makers who will drive our industry forward.”

Posted November 13, 2019